Alphabetical List of Collections: P-R

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  • Pacific Islanders Communities Collection. Small collection of ephemera about Polynesian communities resident in California, their annual events and activities. (CEMA 41).
  • Pacific Islands Photograph Album, ca. 1930. About 120 b/w photographs taken during a tour of New Zealand, Polynesia, New Hebrides (Vanuatu), New Caledonia (Oceania), and Australia. (Bernath Mss 234).
  • Packing Labels, early-mid 1900s. Five printed color packing labels for lemons packed by companies in Santa Barbara County, California. (SC 1105).
  • Packing Labels, 1920s. Five printed color packing labels for lemons packed by the Limoneira Co. of Santa Paula, California. (SC 686).
  • Page, John [1st Georgia Partisan Rangers]. Two Civil War letters (ALS) to wife, Narcissia, mainly about personal matters, 1862. (Wyles SC 576).
  • Pai Hsien-Yung [Kenneth Pai] Collection, ca. 1971-1997. Literary manuscripts and other material relating to the novels, short stories, plays, and films adapted from the work of Pai (also known as Kenneth Pai), UCSB professor emeritus of Chinese language and literature and acclaimed author, best known for works such as Wandering in the Garden, Waking from a Dream: Tales of Taipei Characters and Crystal Boy. (UArch FacP 29).
  • Paige, Lucius R. (1802-1896). One letter (ALS), engraving, and death notice for Paige, author of History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, ca. 1896. (SC 812).
  • Paine, Albert Bigelow. One letter (TLS) to [Brand] Whitlock, re Whitlock’s book Uprooted. Cannes, 24 Mar. 1926. Laid in Paine’s Joan of Arc. (SC 232).
  • [Pakistan]. Bakker (Lee) World War II India Photograph Album, ca. 1943. Also includes photos of Karachi. (Bernath Mss 347).
  • [Pakistan]. British Army in Northern Pakistan Photograph Album, 1925-1927. About 60 b/w snapshots and a few postcard views, most with captions. Mainly British and local soldiers at various locations in the Northwest Frontier area, near what is now the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, including Attock, Akora, Nowshera, and Kala-Bagh. Also photos of local scenery showing mountains, bridges, and churches and mosques. (SC 835).
  • [Pakistan]. British Army in Pakistan and Northern India Photograph Album, ca. 1917. 72 snapshots of Baluchistan and Waziristan (now Pakistan), and Northern India (Ferozepore, Dalhousie, and Ranikhet). Includes both military photos of soldiers, camps, and camel transport, as well as local scenes and people. (SC 836).
  • [Pakistan]. British Soldier’s Waziristan Photograph Collection, ca. 1929-1932. (Bernath Mss 282).
  • [Pakistan]. Drosh Mule Corps Expedition Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s. 48 black/white photographs by a member of a British expedition in the mountainous area of Hindu Kush (now northern Pakistan/Afghanistan), near the Russian frontier, including images of Drosh fort and bazaar, mountain views and passes, river gorges, bridges, local people, mules, Kaffiristani carved effigies of horse and rider. (Bernath Mss 237).
  • [Pakistan]. Johnson (Basil) Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s [bulk dates 1960s-1970s]. Several hundred black/white prints and color slides taken by Johnson, Emeritus Professor Geography at the Australian National University. Locations include: Bangladesh, Borneo, Cambodia, Malaya, Pakistan, Singapore, and Thailand. Many rural scenes, with local inhabitants, emphasis on water-related issues such as irrigation and wells. (Bernath Mss 223).
  • [Pakistan] Karachi Photograph Album, 1930. Album, of a British officer, containing 85+ b/w snapshots, most with captions. Includes views of Gibraltar, Malta, Port Said, Port Sudan, and Aden, taken on the voyage to Karachi [present day Pakistan]. The Karachi area shots include harbor and street scenes, as well as transplanted British sporting events such as rugby, golf, and boating, officers’ quarters, colleagues and family. (Bernath Mss 64).
  • [Pakistan]. RAF Pilot’s Pakistan Photo Album, 1927-1928. Album of a British R.A.F. pilot in Pakistan, containing 100+ b/w photographs, many with captions. Includes shots of biplanes, airfields, camps, and colleagues, as well as a number of scenes in the North West Frontier and other parts of present-day Pakistan. (Bernath Mss 61).
  • Pakistan [Abbotabad] Photograph Album, ca. 1917. British soldiers at a hill station, in what is now Pakistan. (Bernath Mss 193).
  • Palembang [Sumatra, Indonesia] Oil Industry Photograph Album, 1909. (Bernath Mss 229).
  • [Palestine]. Bennet (Robert) Mediterranean Photograph Album, ca. early 1930s. About 200 b/w photographs, many commercial, captions in English compiled by United States Merchant Mariner Robert Bennet. Includes images of Egypt (Cairo, Pyramids, Alexandria), Lebanon (Beyrouth/Beirut), Palestine (Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Syria, Italy (Naples), Gibraltar, Marseille, Morocco (Casablanca), Algiers, and a bull fight in Seville. (Bernath Mss 276).
  • [Palestine]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Palestine]. Egypt and Palestine World War I Photograph Album, ca. 1918. (Bernath Mss 330).
  • [Palestine]. Evershed (J. A.) East Africa, Egypt, Palestine Photograph Album, 1924. More than 140 b/w snapshots of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) including Tabora, Dodoma, Dar-es-Salaam, and Tanga, several of local schools and teachers, British and Tanganyikan. Also, views of Port Said, Zanzibar, Mombassa, Djibouti, Aden, and Port Sudan. Egypt views of the Pyramids and Sphinx, Cairo, and Suez Canal. Holy Land (Palestine) shots of street scenes of Jerusalem, Jordan Valley, Dead Sea, Jaffa, and Bethlehem. (Bernath Mss 63).
  • [Palestine]. Great War Collection, ca. 1910-1922 [bulk dates 1914-1918]. Much of the material in the collection relates to British servicemen and units, but Americans, Australians, and some Germans also are represented. Included are diaries, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, reports, and some printed material. The approximately 2,000 photographs and picture postcards (loose and in albums and scrapbooks) include many images of France, but also other areas such as Egypt, England, German South West Africa, Iraq, and Palestine. (Bernath Mss 20).
  • [Palestine]. Holy Land Photograph Album, ca. 1860. 29 albumen prints. (Bernath Mss 148).
  • [Palestine]. Middle East Photo Album, ca. 1930s-early 1940s. More than 150 black/white images, mainly Palestine (Tiberias, Mt. Hermon, Dagania, Haifa, Akka, Tel-Aviv, Bethlehem, Ramallah, and Jerusalem). (Bernath Mss 68).
  • [Palestine]. Powell [George May] Holy Land Collection, ca. 1870s-early 1900s. (Bernath Mss 131).
  • Palestine Postcard Album, ca. 1920s-1950s. Mainly images of Palestine, with some additional postcards of Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt. (Bernath Mss 203).
  • Palm Leaf Book, ca. 1900-1925. Siam/Thailand palm leaf book fragment, lacking possible wood or bamboo covers. Possibly Buddhist scripture or commentary. (Printers Mss 41).
  • Palomino (Ernesto) Papers. (CEMA 6).
  • [Panama]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Panama]. Fisher [Wesley M. and Leona A.] Colombia Photograph Album, 1938-1939. More than 500 black and white photographs, most snapshots, with extensive captions in English, taken by an American couple who spent a year in the area around San Pablo and Concepcion, where Wesley Fisher apparently worked for the South America Gulf Oil Co. (SAGOC), building pump stations for the 263 mile oil pipeline stretching from the Barco Oil Fields in the Colombian jungle at Petrolea, over the mountains, to the Colombian coast. Includes many images of pump station and related road and bridge construction, laborers’ camps, family, friends and colleagues, local population including Matilone Indians; also images of Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla, cable car from Gamarra to Ocaña, Magdalena River, Panama Canal Zone, Arhuaco Indians and area by Santa Marta on the north coast of Colombia, the capital Cartageña, and magazine articles about the history of the project. (Bernath Mss 365).
  • [Panama]. Gourinsky [Anthony H.] Panama Canal Zone Photograph Album, ca. 1935-1937. (Bernath Mss 303).
  • [Panama]. Keller Latin America Diary, 1895. Manuscript pocket diary of U.S. citizen [?] Keller, traveling by steamship, with numerous stops at ports from Valparaiso, Chile, to Panama and Colon, recording impressions of shipboard life, fellow passengers, sights and customs observed along the way, sometimes interspersed with prejudicial comments. (SC 852).
  • [Panama]. Olson [Donovan] Colombia Photograph Album, ca. 1935-1943. Album compiled by the son of a missionary family posted to Colombia. Includes many images, with captions, of Cali area; also some of Bogota, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama Canal; school days back in the U.S., including Minnesota, and ending with marriage and military service during World War II. (Bernath Mss 252).
  • [Panama]. South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • [Panama]. South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru - Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • [Panama]. Thomas [Norman] Photograph Collection, 1948-1964 [bulk dates 1958-1964]. Several thousand b/w prints and negatives, taken by photojournalist Norman Thomas, who was based in New Orleans in the late 1950s to early 1960s. The largest number of photos are from Mexico, with British Honduras, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Nicaragua, and Panama also represented. Included are many images of people in everyday life, street and market scenes, factories, events and parades, and overhead views of villages and cities. There also is an earlier series of photos from the 1948 Nahanni Expedition to northern Canada, and some U.S. photos, including Cape Canaveral, Florida, and a Navajo Reservation Health Program. (Bernath Mss 97).
  • Panama and Southwest U.S. Photograph Collection, ca. early 1900s. 31 b/w images, including snapshots of Canal Zone, 1909; unidentified mounted albumen prints of apparently a Southwest town and inhabitants (signs are in English); and two of a boy on horseback. (Wyles Mss 132).
  • Panama Canal Photograph, n.d. One black/white panoramic photographs: Cucaracha Slide – Culebra Cut. (Wyles SC 958).
  • Panama Canal Photograph, n.d. One black/white panoramic photograph of Panama Canal under construction, showing equipment used in excavation. (Wyles SC 960).
  • Panama Canal Photographs, ca. 1904-1914. Eleven black and white photographs, including picture postcards and one stereoview, of Panama Canal construction, hotels, Hospital Ancon, Santa Anna Church, and Cathedral Plaza. (Wyles SC 1051).
  • Panama Canal Picture Postcard Collection, ca. 1908-1910. 77 picture postcards, most in color with printed captions. Includes images of Gatun Locks, Culebra Cut, Miraflores Locks, Pedro Miguel Locks, Cristobal, Ancon Hospital, Empire Bridge, Panama City, Naos Island, and the Pacific Coast entrance to the Panama Canal. (Wyles SC 627).
  • Panama Canal / Southwest U.S. / Europe Photograph Album, 1926. 250+ b/w snapshots, apparently of a family’s 1926 travels, including the Panama Canal, Texas, New Mexico, Grand Canyon, and Europe. Includes shots of ships and locks (Panama Canal); Elliott family and oil wells (Brady, Texas); Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Indian pueblos at Taos and [Bandelier?] (New Mexico); Grand Canyon and Colorado River views; Isle of Mull, Isle of Skye, west coast and lochs of Scotland; Verona and Italian Alps. (Bernath Mss 71).
  • Panama Canal Stereo Glass Slide Set, 1910. Stereo viewer and 48 accompanying black and white stereo glass slides, with views of the Panama Canal and its environs. (Bernath Mss 167).
  • Panama Subject Collection, ca. early 1900s. Maps, brochures, and other printed ephemera. (Bernath Mss 186).
  • Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York, 1901. Revised printed color plan for exposition to be held in Buffalo, May 1-Nov. 1, 1901. (SC 888).
  • Papers and Papermaking Collection. Examples of handmade and other fine papers from around the world, along with materials on papermaking. The Skofield Printers Collection also has related printed works, including several by Dard Hunter. (Printers Mss 44).
  • Papp [Mary L.] Civil War Letter, Mar. 4, 1863. One letter [ALS] from Papp to [friend?] Em re ladies aid society being escorted around camp at Middlebrook, watching drills, dining with the officers. (Wyles SC 997).
  • [Papua New Guinea]. Mendell [Edward] Travel Slide Collection, 1980s-1990s. More than 2000 large-format color slides containing images of Edward Mendell’s post-retirement travels around the world, photographing endangered species for the World Wildlife Fund, and also of people in far-flung places such as Bhutan, Burma, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mali, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Orissa (India), Philippines, Senegal, and Thailand. (Mss 247).
  • [Papua New Guinea]. See also: New Guinea.
  • Papua, New Guinea, World War II Photograph Album, 1943-1945. More than 180 b/w photos, with captions. Apparently the album of a wry U.S. soldier and member of a finance group (some images indicating 3rd and 4th Platoons, Co. D), self-described as the "Fighting Finance" and "Finance Commandos." Includes images of soldiers in the unit and military camp life, as well as many views of eastern New Guinea, local people and village scenes. Also photos of earlier training at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana and, after New Guinea, views of Indonesia (Biak), Morotai Island, Philippines (mainly war-damaged buildings in Manila), the voyage home, and stateside return back to San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 44).
  • Paquette [Catha] Newspaper Collection, ca. 1840s-1901. (SC 886).
  • [Paracel Islands]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Paraguay]. Brazil Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s]. 26 black/white photographs, with captions in German, of railroad construction in Porto Lucena; bridge of S. Joeio Curityba, Paraguay; harbor of Ultramar, Uruguay; Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre and eucalyptus groves; revolutionaries; ruins of Sao Miguel; police officers and troops of Santo Angelo; and Saltos do Iguassu. (Bernath Mss 177).
  • [Paraguay]. White, Edward Lucas (1866-1934). Typescript four page carbon re the Robertson brothers, adventurers and merchants in Paraguay, as noted in the dedication to Edward Lucas White’s El Supremo: A Romance of the Great Dictator of Paraguay (1916). (SC 549).
  • Paris Universal Exposition 1867 Collection, ca. 1864-1867. (Mss 223).
  • Parker, Don H. Corresopndence, bibliography, reprints of articles, brochures, and photographs re Science Research Associates, Inc., and personal career, ca. 1973-1989. (HPA SC 95).
  • Parker [Merritt S.] Civil War Diary, 1864-1865. Parker was a corporal from Vermont. Most entries (Jan. 1864-Jan. 1865) are in pencil, some very faint. (Wyles SC 956).
  • Parker, [?]. One handwritten letter (ALS) from Parker to [B. Henrey?], soliciting political help in Illinois. Charleston, IL, May 11, 1854. (SC 924).
  • Parkis, Henry W. [15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry]. Autobiography, bound carbon typescript, mainly life in nineteenth century Massachusetts, but also including some Civil War experiences. Linwood, Massachusetts, 1920. (Wyles SC 475).
  • Parkman [Francis] Collection, ca. 1857-1894. 13 ALS by Parkman, historian and author of The Oregon Trail, to various addressees, one genealogy of Parkman, two pamphlets on Parkman and two miscellaneous pamphlets. (Wyles SC 166).
  • Parlement de Paris. One thin bound volume, with holographic notes on the presidents and advisors/councillors of the Inquests at the time of their exile by Louis XV in 1732. (SC 788).
  • Parsons, R. C. One certificate, admitting Parsons as an Attorney and Counsellor of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1857. (SC 235).
  • Partridge (David) Collection, ca. 1950-1964. Correspondence, documents and related materials, re Kenya. (SC 236).
  • [Pasadena]. Bacon (Elizabeth Grew) Oral History, 1976-1977. Life history of an English suffragette who moved to California. Subjects include suffrage, Margaret Sanger, birth control movement, Anglo-Irish relations, Greenwich Village, Pasadena Playhouse, and Santa Barbara. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 17).
  • [Pasadena]. California Photograph Album, ca. 1890-1910. 74 black/white numbered photographs, some with descriptions, including coastal scenes, boats and fishermen, Garden of the Gods, Monterey, ostrich farm, Santa Cruz, San Gabriel Mission (Pasadena), Santa Barbara Mission (nos. 2264-2265), and several apparently of a mother and daughter, perhaps on vacation at various locations. (SBHC Mss 71).
  • [Pasadena]. California Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1900. 45 b/w and color picture postcards, mainly California, including several images of Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Catalina Island, San Diego, and Pasadena. Also a few from New Mexico and Kingman, Arizona. (SC 823).
  • [Pasadena]. Oraibi (Hopi) Indian Photographs, ca. 1897. Collection of albumen photographs: 10 images of 1897 Moki Snake Dance (stamp of G. Wharton James, Pasadena, Cal. on most); 3 images of Oraibi women and children, gathering of clans, n.d.; 1 image of group of men, including James, E. E. Hall, and Frederick H. Maude, n.d. (Wyles SC 1021).
  • [Pasadena]. Philippine-American Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1931. 34 black and white photographs, most snapshots, of Philippine-American family/families in Pasadena, California. Includes several images of pilots and plane, automobiles, individual men and women (some named  one with musical instrument), groups in front of the Church of the Nazarene, birthday celebration, funeral, and Thanksgiving dinner. Disbound album. (Wyles SC 1072).
  • Pastoral Counseling Ministry (PCM) Institute. Brochures and flyers, ca. 1975-1978. (HPA SC 97).
  • Patagonia, Argentina Photographs, 1943. (SC 893).
  • Patent Medicine Trade Card Collection, ca. 1870-1890. (Mss 225).
  • Pathwork Foundation. Brochures, ca. 1987-1988. (HPA SC 96).
  • Patrick County, Virginia, Slave Documents, 1839-1840. 22 documents. (Wyles SC 978).
  • Patrick, Simon (1626-1707). English theologian. Holdings include The Parable of the Pilgrim (1668) [Spec BV4500.P35], A Friendly Debate (1668) [Spec BX5136.P3], The Glorious Epiphany (1678) [Spec BT214.P38], Mensa Mystica (1684) [Spec BX5149.C5 P3], The Book of Job Paraphras’d (1685) [Spec BS1416.P3], A Commentary Upon the Third Book of Moses, Called Leviticus (1704) [Spec BS1255.P37 1704], A Commentary Upon the Two Books of Chronicles (1706) [Spec BS1345.P3], and Advice to a Friend (1712) [Spec BV4500.P345].
  • Pattison, Alex B. [Captain, 7th Indiana Volunteers, Company A]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Brigadier General L. Thomas, requesting help in returning an absent private to his regiment. Headquarters on the Rapidan River, 26 Sept. 1863. (Wyles SC 322).
  • Paul, Sherman. One letter (TLS) to Mr. [?] Loveman, re book on Hart Crane. Iowa City, 23 Nov. 1974. Laid in Paul’s book, Hart’s Bridge. (SC 239).
  • Paul Elder and Company Collection, ca. 1898-1936. Catalogs and lists, mainly issued by the Fine and Rare Book Department of Paul Elder & Co., San Francisco, as well as photocopies of title pages of Paul Elder imprints (copies of which are in the UCSB Libraries). (Printers Mss 30).
  • Payne, E. B. [Civil War Union Colonel]. One Civil War document (ADS), two letters (ALS) from A. L. Cotes requesting apppointment as Assistant Surgeon, and one manuscript speech, apparently to the Lake County, Illinois Volunteers, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 317).
  • Payne (Owen Street) Papers, ca. 1838-1943. Essays by Payne, primarily concerning the rise of Nazi Germany, World War II, Argentina and other parts of Latin America. (Bernath Mss 14).
  • Peace Resource Center of Santa Barbara Collection, ca. 1980-1992. Newsletters, flyers, correspondence, photos, and subject files of the Santa Barbara center. (SBHC Mss 13).
  • Pearce [Donald] Papers, ca. 1950-1997. The collection contains correspondence, teaching materials, and copies of articles by Donald Pearce, professor of English at UCSB from the 1970s through the 1990s. (UArch FacP 28).
  • Pearce [Margaret Orchard] Photograph Albums, ca. 1930s-1950. (Bernath Mss 332).
  • Peatman [Philip] / Henry Miller Collection, 1926-1980. Correspondence, articles, photographs, advertising brochures, sound recordings, and other material by and related to Henry Miller, and collected by Philip D. and Sylvia Peatman. Part of a larger collection of printed works, which have been cataloged separately. (Mss 29).
  • Peattie [Donald Culross and Louise Redfield] Papers, 1912-1984. Correspondence, financial records, lectures and talks, notebooks, photographs, project and research files, scrapbooks, writings, and other materials mainly pertaining to naturalist, author, and editor Donald Culross Peattie, along with some similar materials for poet and novelist Louise Redfield Peattie. Also includes some biographical and personal files of the Peatties, who lived for many years in Santa Barbara. (Mss 94).
  • Peattie, Roderick (1891-1955). One black and white photograph, portrait taken shortly before his death, Mar. 1955. (SC 728).
  • Peck, O. D. [Captain]. One Civil War document from officer commanding the Indian Valley Rifles, 5th Brigade California Militia, making H. Lamott, Jr. his attorney, ca. 1863. (Wyles SC 309).
  • Pedroza [Alma and Alfonse] Recordings, 1941-1956. Acetate recordings of opera singers Alma and Alfonse Pedroza. (PA Mss 50).
  • Peirson, Charles Lawrence. One letter (ALS) from military historian Peirson to “Pen” re writing, publishing, and other matters, Dec. 23, 1905. (Wyles SC 1064).
  • Pembroke, Massachusetts. One Civil War document: Bill approved by town for services and expenses of recruiting agent, 6 Aug. 1864-1 Feb. 1865. (Wyles SC 187).
  • Penington, Mary (ca. 1623-1682). One document (ADS) from English Quaker and writer Mary Penington, to her grandchild or grandchildren, re family history and religious practices of the day, ca. latter 1600s. (SC 458).
  • Penn, John (grandson of William Penn; Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania, 1763-1771, 1773-1776). One letter (ALS) to General William Thompson (1736-1781), regretting that Thompson will not be able to dine with him, 18 [June 1781?]. (SC 233).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Acheson, Alexander Wilson. One letter (ALS) to the editor of the Philadelphia Press, re the editor’s desire to write a history of Pennsylvania troops in the Civil War. Acheson had been a private in the Thirteenth Pennsylvania Regiment and was transferred to the 140th Pennsylvania Regiment. Talks about his experiences in the Civil War. Denison, Texas, 8 Jan. 1886. (Wyles SC 1).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Bailey, Joseph (Pennsylvania Congressman). Collection of papers relating to the Thirteenth Amendment (prohibiting slavery and involuntary servitude): two letters (ALS) to Joseph Bailey and related manuscript copy of “Resolution of thanks for the vote in favor of the Amendment of the Constitution of the U.S. by patriotic Pennsylvanians in Washington,” 1865. (Wyles SC 1078).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Baldwin Brothers Civil War Correspondence, 1862-1863. 15 letters from brothers Samuel and Orange Baldwin, both with the 143rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. (Wyles SC 1048).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Collection of fragments of Civil War letters and writing excercises, apparently related to a soldier in the 91st Pennsylvania Vols., Co. F., ca. 1861-1862. (Wyles SC 114).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Dale, Richard G. [123rd Pennsylvania Vol., Co. G]. One Civil War document: Appointment as first lieutenant, 21 Aug. 1862. (Wyles SC 678).
  • [Pennsylvania]. 55th Pennsylvania. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 666).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Ganoe, Elijah [Pennsylvania Infantry, 110th Regiment (Vol), Company A]. One Civil War document (AD): Clothing Account, 1863-1865. (Wyles SC 407).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Phillippi Family Document, 1805-1806. One indenture, on vellum, for brew house and three lots of land, from Jacob Phillippi and wife, to Christian Phillippi, Heidelberg, Dauphin County, [Pennsylvania]. (SC 1027).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Pollock, James [Governor of Pennsylvania]. Broadside, "Inaugural Address of Governor Pollock, of Pennsylvania: Delivered at Harrisburg, on Tuesday, the 16th day of January, 1855." (Wyles SC 855).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Rivenburg, H. H. [Private, Pennsylvania Infantry, 143rd Regiment (Vol), Company B]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to family re battle news and work in the hospital, filling prescriptions and other duties. Hospital, Camp near Bell Plain, Virginia, 29 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 410).
  • [Pennsylvania]. 6th Pennsylvania Artillery. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 662).
  • [Pennsylvania]. 52nd Pennsylvania Vol. One Civil War document: Clothing account, 1865. (Wyles SC 667).
  • [Pennsylvania]. 149th Pennsylvania Infantry Vol. One Civil War document: Poll-book for October Election, 1864. (Wyles SC 668).
  • [Pennsylvania]. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civil War Documents, 1864. General and Special Orders, Headquarters, Department of the Monongahela and Susquehanna, seven leaves re recruitment of soldiers, with printed newspaper advertisements attached. (Wyles SC 1090).
  • [Pennsylvania]. “A Thrilling Incident during Voting, — 18th Ward, Philadelphia, Oct. 11.” Lithograph, ca. 1863. (Wyles SC 714).
  • Pennsylvania Infantry, 90th Regiment (Vols.), Civil War History, n.d. Undated handwritten manuscript, "Record of the 90th Regiment," recounting the participation of the Pennsylvania Infantry, 90th Regiment (Vols.) in the Civil War, 1861-1864, including the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863. (Wyles SC 406).
  • Pennsylvania Infantry. 115th Regiment (Vol). Company D. Two Civil War documents (AD): Clothing Accounts for John Ruggles (deceased), George H. Shippey, Elliot Bayer, and James Smith (all deserters), 1862. (Wyles SC 408).
  • Pennsylvania Infantry. 139th Regiment (Vol). Company F. Two Civil War documents (AD): Clothing Accounts for Henry Dengler, Robert A. Donaldson, William English, and James English, 1863. (Wyles SC 409).
  • Pennsylvania Infantry. 184th Regiment (Vol). Company J. One Civil War document (AD): Clothing Accounts for John W. Swartz and William Stininger, 1864-1865. (Wyles SC 412).
  • Pennsylvania, State of. Board of Enrollment, Thirteenth District. One Civil War document: Certificate of non-liability for military service. Troy, Pennsylvania, 2 Sept. 1864. (Wyles SC 165).
  • Penzer [Norman Mosley] Papers, ca. 1911-1946 [bulk dates 1930s]. (Bernath Mss 122).
  • Pepys, Samuel (1633-1703). English naval administrator and diarist. Holdings include fine press editions of his diary by Three Sirens Press (1932) [Spec DA447.P4 A4 1932b], a ten-volume set by the Limited Editions Club (1942) [Spec DA447.P4 A4 1942 and Printers Z239.L5 P4], and Three Merry Christmases from the Diary of Samuel Pepys (1972) by the Hart Press [Printers Z239.H256 P46]. See also Bibliotheca Pepysiana (1914) [Printers Z921.C192 P45], and Samuel Pepys, Esquire (1970) by Richard W. Barber [Spec DA447.P4 B3].
  • Pepys, Samuel. One printed document with signed inscription, re oath of allegiance to King Charles, 1661, together with one letter (ALS) from the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum, verifying its authenticity, 1933. Also, one document (ADS), re naming of clerks and discharge of duties, 1686. (SC 237).
  • Perez, Joseph F. Corrected proofs of monograph, Relationships, ca. 1988. (HPA SC 98).
  • Perham, Sidney [Rep. from Maine]. “Reconstruction – The President and Congress.” Printed speech delivered by Perham in the U. S. House of Representatives, Apr. 21, 1866. (Wyles SC 474).
  • Perkins, Maxwell (1884-1947). One letter (TLS) from Charles Scribner’s Sons literary editor Maxwell Perkins to Gilbert [?], re various publishing concerns. New York, Jan. 8, 1934. (SC 536).
  • Perls, Frederick. American Psychology Association (APA) Convention paper, delivered 1966. (HPA SC 99).
  • Perry, Emily B. One letter (ALS) re genealogy of Oliver Hazard Perry family. Perry (1785-1819) was an officer in the U.S. Navy and Commodore during the War of 1812. Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 21 Dec. 1881. (Wyles SC 168).
  • [Perry, Oliver Hazard]. Perry, Emily B. One letter (ALS) re genealogy of Oliver Hazard Perry family. Perry (1785-1819) was an officer in the U.S. Navy and Commodore during the War of 1812. Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 21 Dec. 1881. (Wyles SC 168).
  • Pershing, John J. (1860-1948). One letter (TLS) from Pershing, on General of the Armies stationery, to The Academy Press, thanking them for book they have sent. Washington, [D.C.], April 30, 1923. (SC 538).
  • Pershing, John J. One letter (TLS) to Harry Owsley, holiday greetings. Headquarters Punitive Expedition, U.S.A., Colonia Dublan, Mexico, 3 Jan. 1916. (SC 238).
  • Persian Gulf Command – Iran Photograph Album, ca. 1942-1945. (Bernath Mss 144).
  • [Peru]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s]. Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Peru]. Curletti Family Collection, ca. 1869-1969. Scrapbook, mostly photos from Peru, and family correspondence, telegrams, and biographical notes, mainly relating to Lauro Curletti. Also, letterbook of José Giuseppe Curletti, 1869-1870, written in Spanish and Italian, with letters from South American cities like Lima and Santiago. (Mss 172).
  • [Peru]. Dario Arrus, M. Three black and white photographs, ca. 1890s-1900s, two of mining operations, possibly in the Cerro de Pasco area of Peru. Laid in Dairo Arrus’ El Callao en la epoca del coloniaje antes y despues de la catastrofe de 1746 [Main F3611 C2 D3]. (SC 698).
  • [Peru]. Dominguez [C.] Peruvian Photograph Collection, ca. 1972. 43 black/white photographs taken by C. Dominguez, of Peruvian men, women, and children of African descent. (Bernath Mss 168).
  • [Peru]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Peru]. Flagg [J. Foster] Collection, late 1800s-early 1900s. Papers of an engineer and astronomer who spent his last years in Santa Barbara. Includes maps of North and South America, documents re family genealogy, and four photo albums, mainly of Mexico (Vera Cruz, Queretaro, Guadalajara, Colima, Mazatlan, Guayanas, as well as San Antonio and New Orleans) and Peru, with images of buildings, street scenes, ports, railway lines, and people. (Mss 32).
  • [Peru]. Maps of Peru. Two hand-colored maps of Peru: “Carte du Pérou Pour l’histoire Générale des Voyages …,” vol. 11 (or II), page 376, by Benard Direxit, [ca. 1600s?]; and “Carte du Perou, se trouvent les Audiences de Quito, Lima et la Plata …,” by M. Bonne, Paris, [ca. 1600s]. (SC 1040).
  • [Peru]. Misener (Ray Hammond and Grace) Peru Photograph Albums, 1932-1940. Two albums with more than 200 black and white snapshots, many with captions in English, most in and around Casapalca (known for its silver and zinc mines) where Ray apparently worked for a mining concern. Includes many images of family, friends, and colleagues mostly engaged in social activities, Casapalca population, street scenes, and views, llamas, San Juan mine camp, other areas including Tarma, San Ramon, Rio Blanco, San Mateo, Huanaco, and Ayachucho; also biplanes (1932 – Condor Peruana de Aviacion SA), trips to Machu Picchu, Cuzco (town and Quichua Indians), Lake Titicaca, Braden Copper Mine (Sewell, Chile), Mina Sol de Oro (Nazca, Peru), Lomas (beach and shoreline), 1938 Lima earthquake, and trip home on Japanese boat Heiyo Maru in Nov. 1940. (Bernath Mss 362).
  • [Peru]. Morehouse [L. Lee] Peru Mining Papers, 1906-1920 [bulk dates 1906-1909]. (Wyles SC 1040).
  • [Peru]. St. Charles [Charles de] Peru Correspondence, 1870-1872. (SC 958).
  • [Peru]. South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • [Peru]. South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru - Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • [Peru]. United States Squadron in the Pacific Ocean Quarterly Return of Receipts, 1837-1838. Bound volume, Quarterly Return of Receipts and Expenditures of Provisions and Stores for the United States Squadron in the Pacific Ocean, June 1, 1837 to January 1838, while at Callao Castle [Peru] and Valparaiso [Argentina]. Includes figures for food, clothing, and miscellaneous stores such as anchors, cables, cordage, spars, barrels, linseed oil, pitch, tar, and paint. (Wyles Mss 68).
  • [Peru]. Winslow [Charles F.] Photograph Collection, 1860s-1870s. 29 cartes de visite, with inscriptions, of Dr. Charles F. Winslow and others, many from Lima, Peru. (Wyles SC 985).
  • Peru Indian Photographs, ca. late 1800s. Eight black and white photographs (cartes de visité size), of Peruvian Indian men and women, several by photographer Ricardo Villaalba, some studio, others outdoors. (SC 978).
  • Peru Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1920. (Bernath Mss 285).
  • Peru Subject Collection. (Bernath Mss 226).
  • Perutz [Fred W.] Collection, ca. 1943-1945. Twelve World War II era newspapers issued by U.S. Psychological Warfare units, mostly German language. Includes issues of Bayerischer Tag, Feldpost, Frankfurter Presse, Freiheit für Oesterreich, Kölnischer Kurier, and Die Mitteilungen. (SC 631).
  • Peruvian Political Printed Ephemera Collection, ca. 1912-1996. Newspapers, periodicals, pamphlets, flyers, broadsides. (Bernath Mss 116).
  • Petersen, Carl [aka Karl Pedersen]. One ms diary in Danish, re 1880 move from Denmark to Nebraska, with typescript translation. Copy of translation published in UCSB Libraries’ Soundings. (SC 241).
  • Petersen, O. W. Typescript (photocopy) of 1960 account by O. W. [Oggie] Petersen of his early years in Nebraska, including life in a sod house, [ca. late 19th century]. Also copy of homestead claim of his father, Carl M. W. [Petersen], 1888. (Wyles SC 1066).
  • Peterson [John D.] Papers, ca. 1904-1960s [bulk dates 1960s]. Correspondence, interviews, newspapers and other primary resource materials re Peterson’s dissertation research in Brazilian history. The bulk of the collection is in Portuguese. Included are items such as issues of the bulletin of the Liga de Defesa Nacional and Catolicismo, research files and interviews relating to Hermes da Fonseca (president of Brazil, 1910-1914), and various monarchist publications. (Bernath Mss 15).
  • Petrarch (1304-1374) [traditional name for Francesco Petrarca]. Italian poet and humanist scholar. Holdings include early editions of his sonnets from 1564 [Spec PQ4476.B64 vault], 1610 [Spec PQ4490.R4], and 1774 [Spec PQ4476.D74], and the facsimile edition Die Sechs Triumphe und die Sechs Visionen des Herrn Francesco Petrarca (1988) featuring text in Italian, German, and French [Spec PQ4496.F25 1988]. Fine press editions of The Triumphs of Petrarch (1928) by the Windsor Press [Printers Z239.W56 P48 1928], The Sonnets of Petrarch (1965) by the Limited Editions Club [Spec PQ4477.A2 1965], and Canzoniere (1968) by Fògola Press [PQ4476.F68C].
  • Pettee Family History, ca. 1960s. Ten page history of the Salisbury, CT Pettee family and Santa Barbara descendant Frank Pettee. Found with Frank Pettee’s Retracing My Steps: An Autobiography (Santa Barbara: Schauer Pringtin Studio, 1959). (SC 615).
  • Phelan, John D. [Civil War C.S.A. General]. One letter (ALS) to General Braxton Bragg. Montgomery, [Alabama], 17 Feb. 1866. (Wyles SC 170).
  • Phelps, A. C. [U.S. Infantry Colored, 93rd Regiment (Vol), Company I]. Two Civil War letters (ALS) to Friend Fielding [Lieut. F. D. Phillip], asking for news and various other matters including being engaged as Counsel for the Defense in a courtmartial trial of an officer, Aug. 8 and Nov. 6, 1864. (Wyles SC 434).
  • [Phelps, Clarence]. UCSB, Office of the Chancellor, Chancellor’s Records, ca. 1904-2003 [bulk dates 1962-1977]. Files of UCSB chancellors and their predecessors, including Clarence L. Phelps, Clark Kuebler, Samuel Gould, Vernon Cheadle, Robert Huttenback, Daniel Aldrich, Barbara Uehling, and Henry Yang.  Includes correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, subject files, and related materials. (UArch 17).
  • Phelps, Ch[arles] S. [Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS). Washington, D.C., 3 Dec. 1867. (Wyles SC 171).
  • Phelps, J. W. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to General Thomas Hillhouse. Newport News, Virginia, 6 Nov. 1861. (Wyles SC 172).
  • Phelps [Waldo] Oral History, 1993. Interviews with UCLA professor of rhetoric and son of Clarence Phelps, president of Santa Barbara Normal School, re his life history, the beginnings of Santa Barbara Normal School, and his retirement in Santa Barbara. (OH 75).
  • Philippine-American Family Photograph Collection, ca. 1931. 34 black and white photographs, most snapshots, of Philippine-American family/families in Pasadena, California. Includes several images of pilots and plane, automobiles, individual men and women (some named  one with musical instrument), groups in front of the Church of the Nazarene, birthday celebration, funeral, and Thanksgiving dinner. Disbound album. (Wyles SC 1072).
  • Philippine Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1905. (Bernath Mss 211).
  • Philippine Plays, 1931. Mimeograph copies of two plays about the Philippines by Alvah Dale Riley, who spent a number of years there. Titles are: “Amok: A Philippine Tragedy – in Seven Scenes,” and “The Barong: A Play of the Southern Philippines: In Three Acts.” (Wyles SC 1029).
  • [Philippines]. Aerial Photographs of Manila, [Philippines], ca. 1925-1935. 15 black and white aerial views, with captions, taken by the US Army Air Corps, 6th Photo Section, mainly military facilities and public buildings (Army and Navy Club, Bilibid Prison, Legislative Building and Walled City, ships (Asiatic Fleet, U.S.A.T. Republic and U.S. Grant), port area, piers, and landing area. (SC 973).
  • [Philippines]. Anglemyer (Philinda Rand) Philippines Collection, ca. 1901-1907. 159 b/w photographs (including a few cyanotypes), copies of a journal and correspondence, and related material of a Radcliffe graduate who taught English in the Philippines in the early 1900s. Includes images of students, missionaries, local people, buildings, and scenes especially in the areas around Silay and Lingayen, and Manila. (Bernath Mss 102).
  • [Philippines]. Bartony [Corporal ?] World War II Photograph Album, ca. 1942. 62 black and white photographs, most snapshots, only one caption “This is your first victory garden 1942,” likely taken by Corporal Bartony (probably with the United States Army Forces Far East) during his time in what appears to be somewhere in the Philippines, probably early 1942 before the U.S. Army surrendered there. Includes many images of young women and girls, some children, Base E scenes and fellow servicemen, surrounding countryside, thatch roof buildings. (Bernath Mss 348).
  • [Philippines]. Calamba Sugar Estate – Philippines Collection, 1928-1943. Mainly business records of an American operated sugar and coconut plantation, destroyed during World War II. (Wyles Mss 137).
  • [Philippines]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Philippines]. Fattey Family Diaries, 1868-1913. Ten diaries by Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Fattey, and their son LeRoy, who writes while in the Philippines, 1904-1913. (Bernath Mss 232).
  • [Philippines]. Gresham Family California Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1907. 189 mainly black and white photographs, assembled in a soft leather album by the Gresham family of San Francisco who travelled, in part, on their yacht “Gypsy.” Locations include Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, Santa Barbara (mission, alleged bullfight), Diamond Canõn, Santa Monica, Pasadena, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Sausalito, Redwood, and Sacramento. Also a few images of Bagio, Philippines. (Mss 268).
  • [Philippines]. Isaacs [Max W.] Japan / Philippines Collection, ca. 1870s-1955 [bulk dates 1880s-1910s]. (Bernath Mss 284).
  • [Philippines]. Manahan [Charles F.] Papers, ca 1900-1951. Correspondence, documents, reports, and clippings of a U.S. soldier, 34th U.S. Infantry, re military operations in the Philippines ca. 1899-1901. Many of the items date from a later period and refer to specific incidents in the Philippines during the Spanish American War, as well as to surviving veterans. (Wyles Mss 45).
  • [Philippines]. Mendell [Edward] Travel Slide Collection, 1980s-1990s. More than 2000 large-format color slides containing images of Edward Mendell’s post-retirement travels around the world, photographing endangered species for the World Wildlife Fund, and also of people in far-flung places such as Bhutan, Burma, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mali, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Orissa (India), Philippines, Senegal, and Thailand. (Mss 247).
  • [Philippines]. Noyes-Wallace Family Collection, ca. 1850s-early 1900s. Documents and correspondence concerning Henry Erastus Noyes, George W. Wallace, and George W. Wallace, Jr., all soldiers in the U.S. Army. Papers concern the Civil War, the Indian campaigns, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Philippine Insurrection. Noyes was a Congressional Medal of Honor winner. (Wyles Mss 10).
  • [Philippines]. Rice [John A.] Asia Photograph Album, ca. 1927-1961 [bulk date 1932]. 117 black/white photos, with handwritten captions at end of album, of the travels of American seaman John A. Rice. Includes images of Japan, China (Shanghai), Hong Kong, and Philippines, most apparently ca. 1932. (Bernath Mss 337).
  • [Philippines]. Saipan, Philippines, and Guam Photograph Album, 1946-1950. (Bernath Mss 298).
  • [Philippines]. Sanders [James] China and Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1920s. (Bernath Mss 264).
  • [Philippines]. Spanish American War Photograph Collection, ca. 1898-1901. 20 stereoviews and cabinet cards, mainly Cuba and Philippines. (Wyles Mss 131).
  • [Philippines]. Stewart (George) Thailand / Philippines Photographs, ca. 1960s. 16 black/white snapshots, most apparently of Thailand, including Bangkok, and the Philippines, with street scenes, shops, temples, houses and boats, and local residents. George Stewart (1922-?) was a cartoon artist and art director of Pacific Stars and Stripes during the Vietnam War period. His book, What’s so Funny about Vietnam? was published in 1968. (SC 891).
  • [Philippines]. U.S. Marine Officer’s Philippine Photograph Album, ca. 1905-1906. (Wyles Mss 139).
  • [Philippines]. United States Marines and Army in the Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 48 b/w photograph, mainly Olangapo area. Includes images of African American Maxim Gun Platoon, horses and pack mules, soldiers on leave, barracks, local population, street scenes, beaches and harbor, typhoon damage. (SC 953).
  • [Philippines]. “Views Near Manila” Album, ca. 1900. Bound volume with hand-colored collotypes of Philippine scenes. (Wyles Mss 121).
  • [Philippines]. World Tour Photograph Album, 1907-1908. 458 b/w snapshots of a world tour by an unknown American woman with images from Gibraltar, Spain, France, Egypt, Ceylon, India, Burma, Java, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Hawaii, and San Francisco Bay. Includes many images of street scenes, waterfronts, palaces, temples, and other buildings, processions and festivals, American missions, and local inhabitants (many of women and children). (Bernath Mss 79).
  • [Philippines]. World War II – Philippines, New Guinea, Okinawa Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. More than 1,000 mostly World War II b/w photos, loose and in three photograph albums, many lacking identification. Includes scenes in Manila, Lingayen, Laoag, and other Philippine towns, many showing destruction of the war; railroad yards at Tarlac, Luzon; local population, villages and scenes in Philippines and Biak Island, New Guinea; scenes in Okinawa, including surrender of Japanese forces there. Also, U.S. and Japanese military aircraft (intact and destroyed); naval landing-craft during U.S. landing at Lingayen in Jan. 1945; U.S. military camps and personnel; numerous scenes in the U.S. (Ohio, Florida, California), many with soldiers and sailors with family and friends; 1947 Cleveland air-show; and other post-war travel photos. (Bernath Mss 38).
  • Philippines and Japan Photograph Album, ca. early 1900s. (SC 907).
  • Philippines, Hong Kong, and Japan Photograph Album, 1923-1924. 44 b/w snapshots, apparently taken by an American sailor. About half the images are of Philippine people and scenes on the island of Bohol, especially Tagbilaran, along with other parts of Philippines (Zamboango, Cebu, Mkindanao), street scenes in Japan (Yokohama and Kobe), and Hong Kong. (SC 834).
  • Philippines / Japan / U.S. Photograph Album, ca. 1930s-1940s. (Bernath Mss 249).
  • Philippines Photo Postcards, ca. 1913-1921. Six color and sixteen b/w photo postcards of rural scenes, local residents, Manila, U.S. Army views, Bilibid Prison, rivers and boats. (SC 853).
  • Philippines Photograph Album, 1908-1910. (Bernath Mss 289).
  • Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1919. Also includes photos of American Expeditionary Force in Vladivostok, Russia; and 3 or so of Nagasaki port. (Bernath Mss 202).
  • Philippines Photograph Albums, ca. 1922-1924. Two albums with approx. 100 b/w photographs, most with captions. (Bernath Mss 94).
  • Philippines Photograph Collection, ca. 1922-1925. (Bernath Mss 301).
  • Philippines Photographs, ca. 1900-1910. Five black/white numbered photographs, ca. 4” x 6”, mainly of soldiers and storm-damaged buildings; one of local farmer and water buffalo plowing. (Wyles SC 1041).
  • Philippines Photographs, ca. 1900-1910. Eight sepia photographs, ca. 5” x 8”, mainly local village, street, and river scenes, including Joung women and children from Albay, Luzon. (Wyles SC 1042).
  • Philippines Scenes. 21 lithographs, from etchings by Romeo Gilbert, including “Fort Malate after the bombardment,”Remains of the Castilla,” “A modern gun and magazine on the walls of Manila,””Iron Bridge on the Pasig river,” and other scenes of buildings, bridges, streets, fortifications, and coastline. Manila, 1898. (Wyles SC 750).
  • Philippines Subject Collection, ca. early 1900s. (Bernath Mss 253).
  • Philips, Katherine Fowler (1631-1664). English poet. Holdings include an early edition of her Poems (1667) [Spec PR3619.P4 A17 1667].
  • Phillippi Family Document, 1805-1806. One indenture, on vellum, for brew house and three lots of land, from Jacob Phillippi and wife, to Christian Phillippi, Heidelberg, Dauphin County, [Pennsylvania]. (SC 1027).
  • Phillips, Wendell (1811-1884). One Civil War era letter (ALS) from reformer and president of Anti-Slavery Society (1865-1870) to Mrs. H. Halstead. Boston, 15 Apr. 1864. (Wyles SC 173).
  • Phillips, Wendell. One Civil War note (ANS), 25 May 1861. (Wyles SC 174).
  • [Phillips, Wendell]. Publisher’s advertisement for "Danger Signals No. 2," ca. 1894, including Phillips’ 1880 testimony concerning the dangers of secret societies, especially the Freemasons. (Wyles SC 757).
  • Photo Booth Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. Small black and white photographs apparently taken at an early version of a photo booth, most teen/early adult men and women, some identified, showing the fashions of the day, location unknown. (SC 1083).
  • [Photographs]. Cyanotype Collection, ca. 1890-1900. Includes some Montecito, CA images. (Mss 232).
  • [Photographs]. UCSB, University Archives Photographs Collection, ca. 1891-1995. The University Archives Photographs collection is comprised of photographs culled from other collections in the University Archives. The dates of the photographs range from the 1890s to the present, with the majority being black and white photos from the 1920s and 1950s. The subjects covered include all aspects of the UCSB campuses and academic and student life. (UArch 112).
  • Photographs. More than 150,000 photographs, found in numerous collections and covering a wide range of subjects. Most are black and white prints from the late 19th to latter 20th centuries, but there also are some earlier daguerreotypes, tintypes, ambrotypes, and cyanotypes, as well as later color prints and slides. Major subject areas include: Africa [Sub-Saharan], California, Civil War [U.S.], East Asia and Pacific Islands, Ethnic Groups in California, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Abraham Lincoln, North Africa and the Middle East, Prominent Individuals, Santa Barbara Area, Southwest Asia, UCSB and Isla Vista, The West [U.S.], World War I, and World War II.
  • [Photographs]. Sepia prints. 15" x 20", three of Yosemite and one of the Mendocino Coast; 7 3/4" x 21", one of The Alhambra. Descriptions on back of each, including no. of the photograph. Photographer unknown; Ansel Adams-like in appearance. (Wyles SC 845).
  • Physics. Early printed works, such as: Benjamin Donne, An Enlarged Syllabus of Lectures in Experimental Philosophy… (1780); William Okely, Pyrology … (1797); Butsuri Kaitei (Japanese woodblock print textbooks on physics, science, astronomy), 1876.
  • [Physics]. Heeger [Alan J.] Papers. Papers of Alan J. Heeger, UCSB professor of physics and recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in chemistry. Collection contents include manuscripts published, with accompanying correspondence; patent documentation; speeches and lectures; conference files; and teaching materials. (UArch FacP 39).
  • [Physics]. Kohn [Walter] Papers, ca. 1942-1998 [bulk dates 1960-1995]. UCSB professor of physics and recipient of the 1998 Nobel Prize in chemistry. Highlights of the collection include files from the 1950s relating to Kohn’s research into electron structure, correspondence and research from the 1980s on the development of a program to study the emerging field of quasicrystals, materials concerning Kohn’s involvement with various organizations devoted to peace and global conflict resolution, and materials relating to UCSB’s Institute for Theoretical Physics, of which Kohn was founding director. (UArch FacP 34).
  • [Physics]. Kroemer [Herbert] Oral History. Interviews with the UCSB Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, and 2000 Nobel Physics Laureate. History of Science Project. (OH 56).
  • [Physics]. Kroemer [Herbert] Papers. Papers of Herbert Kroemer, UCSB professor of electrical & computer engineering and recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize in physics. Collection includes lecture notes and other teaching materials, correspondence, lab notes, reports, and reprints of published articles. (UArch FacP 42).
  • Pickle Family Circus Poster, ca. 1980. One original color poster of the San Franciso based Pickle Family Circus, appearing in Santa Barbara, Sept 12-13, [ca. 1980]. (SC 1033).
  • Picoy, A. G. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Annie E. Biddle re possibility that Missouri may join the Confederacy. St. Louis, 11 Oct. 1861. (Wyles SC 175).
  • Piediscalzi [Nicholas] Collection. Mainly reports, articles, and other printed materials re religion and public education issues, as well as notebooks and audio cassette sets pertaining to Lazaris, as channeled by Jach Pursel. (ARC Mss 16).
  • Pierce [J. E.]. One handwritten letter (ALS) from Pierce to Katie Child of Genoa, Illinois, discussing her trip to San Francisco and her new position as a teacher in Genoa. Jackson, [IL?], Apr. 21, 1867. (SC 925).
  • Pierson, L. E. One letter (ALS) to Pierson’s brother re whaling. Sandwich Islands, n.d. (Wyles SC 176).
  • Piontek, Heinz (1925-2003). One black and white photograph of German writer Heinz Piontek, laid in his Eh de Wind umsprang [PT2676.I55 E32 1985]. (SC 634).
  • Pittsburgh Cholera Letter, Aug. 15, 1866. (SC 1092).
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Civil War Documents, 1864. General and Special Orders, Headquarters, Department of the Monongahela and Susquehanna, seven leaves re recruitment of soldiers, with printed newspaper advertisements attached. (Wyles SC 1090).
  • Platina (1421-1481) [pen name of Bartolomeo Sacchi]. Italian historian. Holdings include an early edition of Vitæ Pontificum (1485) [Spec BX953.P75 1485 vault] and an early English translation, An Abridgment of the Lives of the Popes (1704) [Spec BX953.P5].
  • Plato (c. 427-347 BC). Greek philosopher, known for his extensive writings on the teachings of Socrates. Holdings include Platonia Opera (1522) [Printers Z239.4.B3 P48], Πλατωνος Απαντα τα Σωζομενα: Platonis Opera Quæ Extant Omnia (1578) featuring Greek and Latin text [Spec PA4279.A2 1578], Επτα Εκλεκτοι Διαλογοι: Septem Selecti Dialogi (1738) [Spec PA4279.A3 1738], Πλατωνος Διαλογοι Ε’ : Platonis Dialogi V (1745) featuring Greek and Latin text [Spec PA4279.A3 1745], Opera Omnia (1867) [Spec PA4279.A2 1867], and Φαιδρος: A Search for the Typographic Form of Plato’s Phaedrus (1978) [Printers Z239.G74 P435 1978]. Fine press editions of Plato’s Symposium or Supper (c.1920) by Fortune Press [Printers Z239.2.F58 P55], Tres Epistolæ Platonis (1921) featuring Greek and German text [Printers Z239.5.O3 P5], Crito, a Socratic Dialogue (1926) by Pleiad Press [Printers Z239.4.P5 P5], The Phaedro of Plato (1930) by Golden Cockerel Press [Printers Z239.2.G58 P4], The Republic (1944) by the Limited Editions Club [Printers Z239.L5 P55], The Trial and Execution of Socrates (1972) by the Folio Society [Spec B316.P8 1972a], and Plato’s Allegory of the Cave (1980) by Michael Honer for the UCSB Art Department [Spec PS3558.O467 P43 1980 vault].
  • Playa de Oro Mining Company. Correspondence, treasurer’s report, and other printed material re gold mining in Ecuador, ca. 1895-1916. Otis S. Gage was involved in the activities of this and the United States Gold Dredging and Rubber Company. (SC 1061).
  • Playman [Gordon] Papers. Papers of composer Gordon Playman, including manuscript scores and recordings. (PA Mss 59).
  • Pliny. One leaf from Natural History, printed by Johann Froben (Basle, 1525). This leaf and the accompanying description came from a copy of Otto F. Ege’s Original Leaves from Famous Books… (SC 762).
  • Pliny the Elder (23-79) [full name Gaius Plinius Secundus]. Roman scholar. Holdings include Historia Mundi in Latin (1530) [Spec PA6611.A2 1530 vault]; fine press edition of Pliny on Paper Making (1973) by Glade Press [Printers TS1104.P55 1973].
  • Plowden [Elizabeth] Diaries, 1827-1863. 19 diaries, 1827-1863, of an Elizabeth [Elisabeth?] Plowden, likely English and possibly from London, since there are occasional references to London locations. The bound volumes, all published in London, contain a front printed section, followed by a diary, with handwritten entries. The 1827 volume, for example, is Thomas’s Register, with lists of government offices, tax rates, advertisements, and other reference material relating to Great Britain. Most other years are volumes of The Law and Commercial Daily Remembrancer. The diaries note daily activities, health matters, letters received and answered, visitors, trips, weather conditions, birthdays, and numerous names of relatives and friends. There is little mention of events in a larger context. (Mss 97).
  • Plutarch (c.46-120). Greek historian and philosopher, served as a major source for Shakespeare’s Roman plays. Holdings include Vite di Plutarco (1560) an early translation into Italian [Spec PA4377.V6 1560 vault], Πλουτ&alp&alphaρχου, Χαιρωνεως τα Σωζóμηνα Σνγραμματα: Plutarchi, Chaeronensis Quæ Extant Opera (1572) thirteen volumes featuring Greek and Latin text [Spec PA4367.A2 1572], The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romains (1612) an early translation into English [Spec PA4374.V2 1612], Plutarch’s Lives of the Most Select and Illustrious Characters of Antiquity (1840) part of the ”Books Lincoln Read“ collection [Wyles E457.21.B5 P4], and Sur les Délais de la Justice Divine dans la Punition des Coupables (1853) a French translation of De Sera Numinis Vindicta [Spec DC155.M23 1853]. Fine press editions of A Consolatorie Letter (1905) by Riverside Press [Printers Z239.H6 P4], A Fifteenth Century Italian Plutarch (1961) [Printers Z241.M5], and The Rise and Fall of Athens (1967) by the Folio Society [Spec PA4374.V81 S34 1969].
  • Pochoir Collection, ca. 1920s. Original sketches and hand colored prints from Les Chapeaux de la Femme Chic. (SC 965).
  • Poe, Edgar Allan (1809-1849). American writer and editor. Holdings include the two-volume set The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe (1850) [Spec PS2600.E50 1850], The Bells (1881) [Spec PS2607.A1 1881], Poems (1884) [Spec PS2605.A1 1884], Politan: An Unfinished Tragedy (1923) [Spec PS2611.P7 1923], Doings of Gotham (1929) [Spec PS2619.A1 1929], and Al Aaraaf (1933) [Spec PS2611.A4 1933a]. Fine press editions of The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe by the Laurentian Press (1901) [Printers Z239.L35 P63], Spiral Press (1929) [Printers Z239.S67 P63], and the Limited Editions Club (1943) [Spec PS2605.A1 1943]; Some Poems (1901) by the Pear Tree Press [Printers Z239.2.P37 P64]; The Raven by Paul Elder & Company (1907) [Printers Z239.T62 P64 1907], Marlborough College Press (1944) [Printers Z239.2.M34 P63], and Cheloniidae Press (1980) [Printers Z239.C464 P64 1980 vault]; The Bells (1912) with illustrations by Edmund Dulac [Printers Z276.5.P62]; A Descent Into the Maelström (1920) by Devambez [Printers Z257.P583 1920]; Manuscrit Trouvé dans une Bouteille (1921) by Éditions René Kieffer [Spec PS2618.M25 F7 1921]; Tamerlane (1923) by John Henry Nash [Printers Z239.N3 P63]; The Fall of the House of Usher by Cheshire House (1931) [Printers Z239.C48 P63] and the Limited Editions Club (1985) [Spec PS2614.A1 1985]; Tales of Mystery and Imagination by the Tudor Publishing Company (1933) [Spec PS2612.A1 1933] and Heritage Press (1941) [Spec PS2612.A1 1941b]; Quatre Histoires Extraordinaires (1944) by Éditions Lumière [Spec PS2612.B3]; Anastatic Printing (1946) by the Silver Quoin Press [Printers Z252.5.I5 P63]; The Journal of Julius Rodman (1947) by the Colt Press [Printers Z239.G7 P59]; Trois Histoires Extraordinaires (1966) by Les Peintrés du Livre [Spec PS2604.F5 B3 1966]; The Black Cat (1971) by the Weather Bird Press [Printers Z239.W429 P64 1971]; The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym (1973) by David R. Godine [Printers Z239.G56 P63]; and Eureka (1991) by Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 P63 1991]. Additionally, The Raven (1933), set to music by Arcady Dubensky, has been recorded on 78 rpm records [PA Victor 2000/2001].
  • Poete, Marcel. Six letters (ALS), in French, to [?] Stirling, ca. 1908-1909. Laid in Poete’s Les Primitifs Parisiens. (SC 240).
  • [Poetry]. Broadside Collection, ca. 1939-1991 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. More than 200 printed items, most American, English language, mainly poetry, many in limited editions, some signed. Authors include Robert Bly, Ray Bradbury, Richard Brautigan, Joseph Brodsky, Charles Bukowski, Tom Clark, Andrei Codrescu, Robert Creeley, Fielding Dawson, Clayton Eshleman, William Everson, William Faulkner, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, M. F. K. Fisher, Robert Frost, Allen Ginsberg, Michael Hannon, Seamus Heaney, Robinson Jeffers, LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka), Denise Levertov, Oscar Lewis, Larry McMurtry, Henry Miller, Judyl Mudfoot, Pablo Neruda, Joyce Carol Oates, Octavio Paz, Lawrence Clark Powell, Kenneth Rexroth, Jerome Rothenberg, Thomas Sanchez, John Sayles, Timothy Sheehan, Gary Snyder, Henry David Thoreau, John Updike, Diane Wakoski, and Peter Whigham. Presses and printers, many Santa Barbara, include Aetheric Press (Santa Barbara), Arundel Press (Los Angeles), Cadmus Editions (Santa Barbara), Capra Press (Santa Barbara), Cranium Press (San Francisco), Crepuscular Press (Madison, WI), Doggeral Press (Santa Barbara), Gehenna Press (Northampton, MA), Janus Press (West Burke, VT), Grabhorn Hoyem (San Francisco), Kairos Editions (Santa Barbara), Graham Mackintosh (Santa Barbara), Meadow Press (San Francisco), Moving Parts Press (Santa Cruz, CA), Mudborn Press (Santa Barbara), Ninja Press (Sherman Oaks, CA), Old Hand Press (Santa Barbara), Painted Cave Press (Santa Barbara), Harry and Sandra Reese (Isla Vista, CA), Sand Dollar Press (Berkeley, CA), Sand River Press (Los Osos, CA), Sun Moon Bear Press (Healdsburg, CA), Table-Talk Press (Santa Barbara), Unicorn Bookshop (Goleta, CA), Noel Young (Santa Barbara). (Mss 212).
  • [Poetry]. Bukowski [Charles] / Martin [John K.]  Black Sparrow Press Collection, 1973-2004. 62 original, signed poems by Charles Bukowski (including the last one he wrote, 5 Jan. 2004, two months before his death), sent to John Martin, publisher of Black Sparrow Press, 2003-2004; together with 34 original, signed contracts re foreign publication of Buk’s books, and related correspondence between him and John Martin, 1973-1990. (Mss 241).
  • [Poetry]. Bukowski [Charles] Papers, ca. 1955-1980. Large collection of correspondence (outgoing to Frances Bukowski, Marina Bukowski, Sam Cherry and Neeli Cherry, John William Corrington, Sanford Dorbin, E. V. Griffith, Thomas Kerrigan, John Martin, Ann Menebroker, Steve Richmond, Ulysses Grant Roman, Jory Sherman, Ruth and William Wantling, Jon and Louise Webb, Carl Weissner, and others), typescript poetry and prose, artwork, photography, and related ephemera of the renowned California author. (Mss 12).
  • [Poetry]. Bukowski [Charles] Poems. Four typescript volumes, with handwritten corrections/deletions by the editor, John Martin, of Charles Bukowski poems to be published by Harper Collins 2004-2007. (Mss 208).
  • [Poetry]. Bukowski [Charles] Poems, ca. 1966-1994. 449 unpublished, unsigned, undated, mainly one and two-page typescript poems by Charles Bukowski, sent to his publisher John Martin at Black Sparrow Press over nearly 30 years, from about 1966 to 1994, the year that Bukowski died. (Mss 246).
  • [Poetry]. Clark [Tom] Archive, ca. 1962-1990. Correspondence, manuscripts and proofs of writings (monographs, poems, reviews, essays), notebooks, research and teaching files, audiotapes, and ephemera of American poet Tom Clark, who lived in Santa Barbara for several years and published several works with Black Sparrow Press. Correspondents include writers and publishers Carolyn Cassady, Andrei Codrescu, Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, Barry Gifford, Christopher Lemann-Haupt, John Martin, George Plimpton, Harry Reese, and Leslie Scalapino. Also includes the Great Naropa Poetry Wars Archive, with audiotapes (Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Tom Clark), transcripts, correspondence, newsclippings, and publications re an investigation into a 1975 confrontation between W. S. Merwin and Chogyam Trungpa, founder and director of Naropa Institute. (Mss 14).
  • [Poetry]. Concrete Poetry Collection, 1960-1973. Copies of brochures, catalogs, conference guides, exhibit notices, flyers, lists, posters, programs, and prospectuses, mainly European, collected by Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, founder of Wild Hawthorn Press, along with several hundred printed titles. (Mss 16).
  • [Poetry]. Dorbin [Sanford] Papers, ca. 1965-2001. Primarily material relating to Dorbin’s bibliography of Charles Bukowski, manuscript drafts of his poetry and other writings, and files pertaining to his poetry magazine Schist: A Journal of Poetry and Graphics (1973-1978), in which some of Bukowski’s poems appeared. The Bukowski material includes research files, manuscript drafts and some proofs of the bibliography, as well as correspondence with Charles Bukowski, Black Sparrow publisher John Martin, Douglas Blazek, Marvin Malone (Wormwood Review), Sherri Martinelli, Jon Webb (Loujon Press), Carl Weissner, and others. (Mss 21).
  • Poetry Leaves, ca. 1829-1833. Two scrapbook leaves, with printed poems pasted in, from newspapers such as the Barnstable [Massachusetts] Patriot. (SC 1026).
  • Poinsett, Joel R. (1779-1851). One letter (ALS) re pension claim, from American statesman, diplomat, and U.S. Secretary of War (1837-1841) after whom the poinsettia is named. Washington, 5 June 1840. (Wyles SC 178).
  • [Poland]. Astrinsky Family Yiddish – East European Postcard Album, ca. 1900-1924. Photograph album in a customized box labeled with the family name Astrinsky. The album contains 53 postcards, some in color, depicting a variety of people and places with messages handwritten in Yiddish. Many are from areas in Eastern Europe including such locales as Warsaw and Białystok. Captions are in Russian, Polish, Yiddish, and German. Other cards feature locations in the U. S. such as Niagara Falls, Yellowstone National Park, and Santa Barbara, California. A number of the cards are addressed to a Mr. J. Astrinsky in Brooklyn, New York. There are also a handwritten (in Yiddish) note laid in and three handwritten documents (in Yiddish) tipped in. (Bernath Mss 108).
  • [Poland]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Poland]. Jewish Journals and Newspapers, 1920s-1940s. Includes issues of Fun Letsten Churbn: Tsaytshrift fur Geshikhte funYidishn Lebn betn Natsi-Rezshim – The Last Extermination: Journal for the History of the Jewish People During the Nazi Regime (ed. by Israel Kaplan; Munich, 1946-1948); Nuestra Ayuda (Mexico: Sociedad Mexicana OSE, 1945); Tsum Oktayber: Vekentliker Organ fun der Kom [Unistisher] Partay Urgugvayer Sektsion fun Komintern (Communist Party, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1931-1933); Unser Tsayt - Sotsyalistishe Hoydesh-Shrift [Unzer Cajt] (Warsaw, 1927-1929). (Wyles Mss 259).
  • [Poland]. Roach (Charles A.) Photograph Albums, 1938, 1948. Two albums, b/w photographs, of the travels of the Rev. Roach: 1938 (bicycling to Bucharest, with images of Cracow (and other parts of Poland), Czechoslovakia, Dobšina ice caves, Budapest, Jewish population at Puspokladany, Huedin, Roma (“gypsies”) in Romania, Orlat, farms, Brasov, Ploesh, Bucharest, the Danube, Venice, and England) and 1948 (Norwegian holiday, with images of Stockholm, Oslo, Lillehammer, Gjendesheim, hiking and mountain climbing, Sulheim manor, traditional dress, Naevodalen, Voss, farming, Osterbo, and Steinberdalen). (Bernath Mss 290).
  • [Poland]. World War II German Engineer Bridging Battalion Photograph Album, 1941-1943. About 265 b/w photos, with captions in German, including troops on eastern front, convoys and bridges, in Poland and Russia, captured fighter and bomber aircraft, artillery, tanks, barracks, and scenes with local population. (SC 854).
  • Poland Photograph Album, 1932-1933. 86 black and white photographs, from disbound album, taken in Poland by Antoni H. Jakubowski. Most seem to be from the city of Jaworzno in southern Poland, near Katowice. The photos are of Jakubowski, his family and friends at various locales in and around Jaworzno including the market, the parish church, the Przemsza River, Równa Góra as well as one photo of Jordan Park in Kraków. (SC 1047).
  • Police Gazette Photograph Collection, ca. 1950s. 38 b/w photos, most 8x10, most relating to the Police Gazette (New York) and its staff, with various celebrities and sports figures such as Babe Ruth, Joe Dimaggio, Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, Rocky Graziano, Sugar Ray Robinson, Jersey Joe Walcott, Pancho Gonzales, Jack Kramer (tennis), Mickey Walker, Benny Goodman, and Dorothy Lamour. (SC 954).
  • Polish Army World War II Photograph Presentation Album, 1941. Album with 52 b/w snapshots, captions in English. The soldiers were part of a Polish, British, and Norwegian force that captured Ankenes and Narvik [Norway] from the German forces in May, 1940, and broke the chain of German victories in World War II. Includes photos of war-damaged buildings in Warsaw during the German Blitzkrieg of 1939, the Polish Free Army fighting in Norway, and images of Scotland, around St. Andrews, where the soldiers were based. (Bernath Mss 60).
  • [Political Cartoon]. "The Imperial Shaving Shop," Satirist, 1st February 1813. Hand colored. (SC 776).
  • [Political Cartoon]. “THE MAIN – E – ACS – OF 1855 _ PURITANISM REVIVED _ EVIL EFFECTS OF THE JUG LAW,” re prohibition law of the time. Portland, Maine. (SC 777).
  • [Politics]. See: [Government and Politics].
  • Poljak [Pavol] World War II Slovakia Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. (Bernath Mss 355).
  • Pollock, James [Governor of Pennsylvania]. Broadside, "Inaugural Address of Governor Pollock, of Pennsylvania: Delivered at Harrisburg, on Tuesday, the 16th day of January, 1855." (Wyles SC 855).
  • Polo, Marco (1254-1323). Italian explorer and merchant. Holdings include fine press editions of The Travels of Marco Polo by the Argonaut Press (1929) [Spec G370.P68 1929], the Limited Editions Club (1934) [Printers Z239.L5 P646 1934], and the Folio Society (1973) [Spec G370.P72 1973].
  • Pomeroy [George W.] Civil War Collection, ca. 1863-1865, 1907. Correspondence and documents of an Ohio soldier. (Wyles SC 1006).
  • Population Issues. Printed materials and manuscript collections relating to issues such as abortion, birth control, immigration, natural resources and population.
  • [Population Issues]. Bacon (Elizabeth Grew) Oral History, 1976-1977. Life history of an English suffragette who moved to California. Subjects include suffrage, Margaret Sanger, birth control movement, Anglo-Irish relations, Greenwich Village, Pasadena Playhouse, and Santa Barbara. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 17).
  • [Population Issues]. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Collection, 1950-1991 [bulk dates 1961-1987]. Includes numerous papers delivered at the Center and at conferences and symposia such as the Conference on Expanding World Needs for Food and Fiber and the Protection of the Ecosystem (1971) and the Conference on the Population Problem (1975-1976). (Mss 18).
  • [Population Issues]. Hardin [Garrett] Oral History, 1983. Discussion with UCSB professor Hardin re his distinguished career as biologist and author. (OH 46).
  • [Population Issues]. Hardin [Garrett] Papers, ca. 1938-2003. Professor of Human Ecology at UCSB; writer and lecturer concerned with the problems of overpopulation, best known for his essay The Tragedy of the Commons (Science, 1968). Other publications include: Mandatory Motherhood (1974); The Immigration Dilemma … (1995); The Ostrich Factor: Our Population Myopia (1999); and Living Within Limits: Ecology, Economics, and Population Taboos (2000). The papers include bibliographical and biographical information, correspondence, lectures and speeches, subject files (abortion and Environmental Fund), and writings. (UArch FacP 14).
  • [Population Issues]. Sanger [Margaret] Birth Control Collection, ca. 1921-1966 [bulk dates 1930-1936]. 26 booklets, pamphlets, programs, and other printed ephemera relating to birth control advocate Margaret Sanger and organizations such as the American Birth Control League, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (Margaret Sanger, Director), Birth Control Federation of America, Inc. (Margaret Sanger, honorary chairman of the board), Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control (Margaret Sanger, Chairman/President), and the Western States Conference on Birth Control and Population Problems. (Mss 220).
  • [Population Issues]. Stopes [Marie C.] Collection, ca. 1871-1967 [bulk dates 1920-1958]. Material pertaining to Marie Stopes, organizations with which she was affiliated, and other organizations and individuals concerned about issues of abortion, birth control, contraception, eugenics, obstetrics, population, sexual behavior, sterilization, and welfare of women, primarily in Great Britain, but also including some items from the U.S. and other countries. The collection has been assembled from multiple sources. (Mss 122).
  • Port Said and Mesopotamia Postcard / Photograph Album, ca. 1917-1919. World War I era album, of British Private J. Bloom, 13th Divisional Cyclist Company, Mesopotamia Expeditionary Force. Includes 54 postcards from Mesopotamia (many of Basrah [Basra] and surrounding area), 47 of Port Said, and 18 of Marseille. Also 62 black/white snapshots, most with captions, of fellow soldiers, former Turkish barracks, street scenes, and local residents, e.g. shepherd, water carrier, letter writer, tea drinkers, shops and shopkeepers, date packer, Kurdish shoemaker, Arab children – all apparently taken in Iraq, with some identified as being from Basrah. (Bernath Mss 49).
  • [Porter, Fitz John]. Typescript brief of Otto Eisenschiml’s testimony re General Porter’s Civil War era courtmartial proceedings, n.d. Also, 1 letter (ALS) to Lt. Col. Daniel Ruggles, 1859. (Wyles SC 898).
  • Post-World War II Japan Photographs, ca. late 1940s-early 1950s. 24 black and white photographs, many with same G.I., including images of war damaged Catholic church, other buildings, countryside, several with Japanese men, women, and children, location unknown. (SC 1094).
  • Poster Collection, ca. 1960s-1980s. Individual and small sets of posters from multiple sources, most U.S. and a few British. Includes items relating to book arts, book fairs, Johannes Gutenberg, printing, and publishers/publishing. (Printers Mss 64).
  • [Posters]. Asian American Theater Company (AATC) Archives. Administrative and financial records, correspondence, production files, scripts, audio and video recordings, photographs, slides, posters, and other materials relating to the San Francisco-based AATC, one of only three Asian American theaters in the United States, founded in 1973 by the Chinese American writer and playwright Frank Chin and others. (CEMA 9).
  • [Posters]. Concrete Poetry Collection, 1960-1973. Copies of brochures, catalogs, conference guides, exhibit notices, flyers, lists, posters, programs, and prospectuses, mainly European, collected by Scottish poet Ian Hamilton Finlay, founder of Wild Hawthorn Press, along with several hundred printed titles. (Mss 16).
  • [Posters]. Duardo (Richard) Collection of Silkscreen Prints, 1976-1986  pdf icon. Materials of the Chicano graphic artist. (CEMA 65).
  • [Posters]. Fowler [Willa] Minstrel Show Collection, ca. 1880-1898. Correspondence, photographs, and posters, mainly for minstrel shows in Iowa and Illinois, including the Barlow, Wilson, Primrose & West’s Minstrels, Duprez & Benedicts Gigantic Minstrels, the Lady Minstrels, and the Wapello ‘Indians’ Big Minstrels. (SC 562).
  • [Posters]. Garcia (Rupert and Sammi Madison) Collection. Personal collection of an Oakland-based artist, comprised of 562 vintage silkscreen prints and posters by predominantly Chicano, Black, and Asian American artists. (CEMA 101).
  • [Posters]. Galería de la Raza (GDLR) Archives, ca. 1966-1989. Administrative records, programs, subject files, correspondence, clippings, slides, photographs, serigraphs, posters, silkscreen prints, ephemera and other creative materials documenting activities of the San Francisco Bay Area Chicano cultural arts center. Includes work by many of the prominent Chicano(a)/Latino(a) artists, such as Juana Alicia, Rodolfo (Rudy) Cuellar, Alfredo De Batuc, Ricardo Favela, Gilbert Luján (Magu), Ralph Maradiaga, Juanishi Orosco, Irene Pérez, Patricia Rodríguez, and René Yañez. (CEMA 4).
  • [Posters]. Lobero Theatre Archives, ca. 1920s-1997. Archives of the Santa Barbara theater, including correspondence, financial records, scrapbooks, posters, and files on all shows held at the Lobero since 1924. (PA Mss 4).
  • [Posters]. Lopez (Yolanda) Papers, 1961-1998. Personal and professional materials generated by Chicana artist Lopez, the bulk consisting of incoming personal correspondence from family members (esp. Analee Lively, Lopez’s half-sister) and fellow artists such as Rene Yañez, with whom Lopez has maintained a relationship since the late 1970s. Also, biographical and professional materials, with clippings of media mentions, announcement cards and posters for her exhibits and lectures, and various miscellaneous files and clippings that relate to her work; several original silkscreens and offset posters, a number of slides, a personal diary with irregular entries spanning from 1976-1979, and two video cassettes featuring Lopez. (CEMA 11).
  • [Posters]. Mudborn Press Collection, ca. 1950s-1986 [bulk dates 1975-1986]. Announcements and invitations, broadsides, checklists, commercial work, linoleum block and relief prints, page layouts, posters, postcards, programs, publisher’s promotional pieces, type specimen sheets, and related artwork and other materials of jobs printed by the Mudborn Press, founded in Santa Barbara in 1975 by Judyl Mudfoot and Sasha Newborn. Also, associated books and a number of other broadsides by Mudborn Press, cataloged separately. (Printers Mss 14).
  • [Posters]. Ochoa (Victor) Collection, 1962-2000. Art files, exhibition files, ephemera, posters and prints and other printed matter, photographs and slides, correspondence files, and recordings of the Chicano painter/muralist long considered to be one of the pioneers of San Diego’s Chicano art movement and co-founder of the Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park, a multidisciplinary community-based arts center devoted to producing and preserving Indian, Mexican, and Chicano art and culture. (CEMA 66).
  • [Posters]. Pickle Family Circus Poster, ca. 1980. One original color poster of the San Franciso based Pickle Family Circus, appearing in Santa Barbara, Sept 12-13, [ca. 1980]. (SC 1033).
  • [Posters]. Santa Barbara Concert Posters, ca. late 1960s. Six original color posters, mainly of Jim Salzer Presents events at the Santa Barbara Fairgrounds. Headliners include Eric Clapton, Cream, The Fugs, Jethro Tull, Led Zeppelin, and Vanilla Fudge. (SC 1032).
  • [Posters]. Santa Barbara Oil Spill Poster, 1969. One black and white poster of oil rig and oil spill on water’s surface, with caption “January 28, 1969.” (SC 1034).
  • [Posters]. El Teatro Campesino Archives, 1964-1988   pdf icon. Scripts, photographs, posters, printed materials, audio and videotapes, and other materials, constituting the largest archival collection on Chicano theater. Includes biographical/historical information pertaining to playwright and director Luis Valdez, theater company players, and interactions with many important cultural, political, literary, and artistic individuals since its founding in 1965. Documents the development of Teatro, from the early farm workers’ strike years in 1965 through 1967, establishment of the San Juan Bautista center, and commercial theater and film productions from 1977 to 1988. (CEMA 5).
  • [Posters]. UCSB, Arts and Lectures Records, ca. 1955-2009 [bulk dates 1968-2007]. Contains individual files relating to lectures, performances, film series and other events arranged and/or sponsored by the Committee on Arts and Lectures, as well as general files on press releases, calendars and programs, and other materials. Also includes a large collection of posters and oversize flyers. (UArch 16).
  • [Posters]. UCSB, Broadsides and Posters Collection, ca. 1950-2003 [bulk dates 1960s-1980]. This collection contains posters, broadsides, and oversize flyers from departments, offices, institutes, and programs on campus. (UArch 32).
  • [Posters]. UCSB, Student Organizations Collection, ca. 1935-2001 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. The collection contains mainly flyers and posters for events, issues of interest, meetings, etc. for student organizations, clubs, and groups. Includes files on ethnic, GLBT, women’s, political & protest, religious & spiritual groups. Some files on Isla Vista, including student services, events, and groups not directly affiliated with the university but formed by students, are included, as well as files on student protests, including the bank burning and Vietnam War. (UArch 101).
  • [Posters]. Vallejo (Linda) Papers, 1975-2001. Photographs, slides, posters, correspondence, publications and ephemera of the Chicana painter, sculptor, printmaker, and founder of Galeria Las Americas. (CEMA 76).
  • [Posters]. Wilke [William Hancock] Collection, arly 1900s. Examples of illuminations and book plates Wilke did for the press of John Henry Nash, as well as numerous drawings and water colors of San Francisco scenes, and two original posters for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. (Printers Mss 23).
  • [Posters]. World War I Posters, ca. 1917-1919. Mainly color posters from U.S., Canada, and Great Britain. (Bernath Mss 2).
  • Posters of the 1960s, [bulk dates latter 1960s]. 27 original printed posters, many in vivid color, most advertising concerts and readings in Detroit, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara / Isla Vista, CA. Includes appearances by Big Brother & the Holding Company; Blood, Sweat & Tears; Richard Brautigan; Basil Bunting; Cream; Doors; Fugs; and John Mayall. Poster artists include Jim Blashfield, Gary Grimshaw, John Lodge, Carl Lundgren, and Chuck Miller. (Mss 265).
  • Pott, Constance Mary. One note (AN), “With the author’s compliments & sincere respect,” to poet, novelist, and literary critic Andrew Lang, [ca. 1911]. Found in Constance Mary Pott’s Francis Bacon and His Secret Society (London 1911). (SC 465).
  • Potter, Cheney. Collection of documents, invoices, and receipts of a Massachusetts doctor, ca. 1809-1836. (SC 242).
  • Potter [Robert] Papers. Typescript copies of plays written by UCSB drama professor Potter. (PA Mss 10).
  • Pound, Dorothy [Shakespear]. Collection of correspondence from Dorothy Pound, wife of Ezra Pound, to Kirgo’s Books, re purchases. Washington, [D.C.], 1950-1953. (SC 243).
  • [Pound, Ezra]. Davenport, Guy. One letter (TLS) from Davenport to Robert [?], re various personal and current topics, together with offprint his article “Persephone’s Ezra,” about certain writings of Ezra Pound, 1969. (SC 1011).
  • [Pound, Ezra]. Doolittle, Hilda (1886-1961). Galley proofs of End to Torment: A Memoir of Ezra Pound, by Doolittle, a poet, novelist, and memoirist, 1979. (SC 84).
  • Pound, Ezra. One note (ANS) to Arioste L. Finlay, Greenwich Village poet and protege of Pound, requesting poems from Finlay and other personal matters. Washington, D.C., 26 Dec. 1947. (SC 597).
  • Pound, Ezra. One note (TNS) to Dr. Rene Taupin, re possibility of English translation of Taupin’s work. Rapallo, Italy, 12 Feb. 1930. (SC 598).
  • Pound, Ezra. One note (TNS) to M. J. Tambimuttu, asking if they have met. Rapallo, Italy, 4 March [1939]. (SC 599).
  • Pound, Ezra. One typescript manuscript, “Firdusi: Complaint of his Old Age,” translated by Basil Bunting and with holograph notes by Ezra Pound and Louis Zukospskyl, ca. 1932. (SC 596).
  • Pound, Ezra. One typescript manuscript signed, with holograph annotations, “HAFIZ: Ghazal,” a literal translation between the couplets, n.d. (SC 600).
  • Pound [Ezra] / Schneider [Elisabeth W.] Correspondence, 1952-1958. Letters between Pound and literature professor Schneider, initially trading literary recommendations, and later becoming more contentious on Pound’s part. Pound’s letters, written in a style Schneider described as “deliberately incoherent,” were peppered with jabs against the publishing industry and institutions of higher learning. Their correspondence ended a week after Pound was discharged from St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. (Mss 114).
  • Pound [Ezra] / Theobald [John Richmond] Correspondence, ca. 1957-1977 [bulk dates 1957-1958]. Letters between Ezra Pound and John Richmond Theobald, a teacher who was preparing a poetry textbook and was seeking input from living poets to be included. Also, a brief essay by Theobald describing the experience. (Mss 99).
  • Powell [E. C. Daybook], 1856-1905. Bound volume, with inscription “E. C. Powell Daybook” on the cover, mainly containing lists of general store accounts, from Tennessee and Georgia, some from the latter 1860s Reconstruction period. Includes prices for supplies such as tobacco, coffee, molasses, calico, and linen. One section also includes a teacher’s diary from Georgia, ca. 1867. Little Civil War era content. (Wyles Mss 29).
  • Powell [George May] Holy Land Collection, ca. 1870s-early 1900s. (Bernath Mss 131).
  • [Powell, Lawrence Clark]. Bason (Robert E.) / Capra Press Records, ca. 1969-2004. Includes production and financial files from years Bason owned Santa Barbara-based Capra Press, as well as some earlier material from the Noel Young years. Correspondents include: Edward Abbey, Raymond Carver, Gretel Ehrlich, Tess Gallagher, Ursula LeGuin, Ken Millar, Margaret Millar, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Lawrence Clark Powell, Thomas Sanchez, and John Sanford. (Printers Mss 59).
  • Powell [Lawrence Clark] Correspondence, ca. 1983-1988. Letters to Powell, primarily about his Le monde passe: A Remembrance of Duncan Brent… [1983]. (SC 643).
  • Powell [Philip W.] Papers, ca. 1930s-1980. Mainly drafts of writings and research files including copies of 16th-18th century Spanish and Mexican government documents, of a UCSB Latin American scholar. (UArch FacP 18).
  • Prairie and Great Lakes Indian Photographs, ca. 1880s-1890s. 13 unidentified b/w mounted photographs, many with women carrying babies and small children on their backs. (Wyles SC 984).
  • Preble, George Henry (1816-1885). One letter (ALS) re impending voyage to the Pacific, from Rear Admiral, U.S.N., who accompanied Perry’s mission to Japan and later, in 1884, commanded the first American armed landing force in China. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 8 Oct. 1859. (Wyles SC 179).
  • [Presidential Election]. “Century Almanac.” Adjustable cardboard wheel, showing days of the week for dates from 1800-1899, along with lists of presidential electors (38 states at the time), and list of presidents of the U.S., ca. 1881. (Wyles SC 472).
  • [Presidential Election]. [Electors]. Order from Secretary of State, New Hampshire, to select men of Concord, to hold meeting to vote for electors of President and Vice President of the United States, 27 September 1856. (Wyles SC 492).
  • [Presidential Election]. One printed pamphlet, "Who’s Going to Win? Statistics for the Presidential Campaign, 1888." Waterbury Watch Co., 1888. (SC 739).
  • Presidents of the United States. Portfolio of 16 steel plate portraits, with facsimile autographs, ca. late 1800s. Includes Lincoln and Grant. (Wyles SC 649).
  • Presidents of the United States of America. Booklet of engraved portraits, ca. 1881. (Wyles SC 650).
  • Presses and Printers Collection, ca. 1918-2009. Prospectii, lists, flyers, correspondence and various other material by or about individual presses, arranged alphabetically, by press name. (Printers Mss 31).
  • Prigoff (James) Slide Collection, 1975-2003. 429 slides, overwhelmingly of mural art and of spray can art, visually documenting important aspects of the Chicano art movement in California, in particular in the San Diego and Tijuana area. (CEMA 102).
  • Primal Institute (Los Angeles, CA). Clipping re Arthur Janov and newsletter, 1971, 1978. (HPA SC 101).
  • Primitive Baptist Association Annual Session Minutes, ca. 1940s-1960s. Printed annual session minutes for Primitive Baptist associations, arranged alphabetically by name of the association, located in several states including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. (ARC Mss 53).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Aldus Manutius (1450-1515) [Latin form of Aldo Manuzio]. Italian scholar, editor, and printer; founder of the Aldine Press. Holdings include works he edited by Valerius Maximus (1503) [Spec PA6791.V6 1503], Pliny the Younger (1508) [Printers Z239.6.M3 P4 1508], Quintilian (1514) [Printers Z239.6.M3 Q8 1514], and Bessarion (1516) [Spec B394.B4]. Fine press editions of Aldus Pius Manutius (1924) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z232.M3 D4 1924 vault], The First Editor: Aldus Pius Manutius (1983) by the Grenfell Press [Printers Z232.M3 D42 1983 vault], Aldus Manutius and the Development of Greek Script & Type in the Fifteenth Century (1985) by the Meriden-Stinehour Press [Printers Z232.M3 B37 1985 vault]; also the catalogue for In Praise of Aldus Manutius: A Quincentenary Exhibition (1995) [Printers Z232.M3 F55 1995].
  • [Printing and Printers]. Archer (John F.) Susohn Etching Plates, 1976. 18 original etching plates [linoleum cuts], used in Archer’s printed portfolio, Susohn: A Personal Journey (San Diego, CA: Atavistic Press, 1976). Also, author’s autograph copy of Susohn, no. 13 of an edition of 30, as well as other titles by Atavistic Press. (Printers Mss 29).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Bason (Robert E.) / Capra Press Records, ca. 1969-2004. Includes production and financial files from years Bason owned Santa Barbara-based Capra Press, as well as some earlier material from the Noel Young years. Correspondents include: Edward Abbey, Raymond Carver, Gretel Ehrlich, Tess Gallagher, Ursula LeGuin, Ken Millar, Margaret Millar, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin, Lawrence Clark Powell, Thomas Sanchez, and John Sanford. (Printers Mss 59).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Benet [Linda] – Graham Mackintosh Collection. (Printers Mss 60).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Bennett, Ella Castillo. One letter (ALS) to Mr. [?] O’Day re her book Abelard & Heloise (San Francisco: Paul Elder, 1911, c. 1907). (SC 560).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Broadside Collection, ca. 1939-1991 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. More than 200 printed items, most American, English language, mainly poetry, many in limited editions, some signed. Authors include Robert Bly, Ray Bradbury, Richard Brautigan, Joseph Brodsky, Charles Bukowski, Tom Clark, Andrei Codrescu, Robert Creeley, Fielding Dawson, Clayton Eshleman, William Everson, William Faulkner, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, M. F. K. Fisher, Robert Frost, Allen Ginsberg, Michael Hannon, Seamus Heaney, Robinson Jeffers, LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka), Denise Levertov, Oscar Lewis, Larry McMurtry, Henry Miller, Judyl Mudfoot, Pablo Neruda, Joyce Carol Oates, Octavio Paz, Lawrence Clark Powell, Kenneth Rexroth, Jerome Rothenberg, Thomas Sanchez, John Sayles, Timothy Sheehan, Gary Snyder, Henry David Thoreau, John Updike, Diane Wakoski, and Peter Whigham. Presses and printers, many Santa Barbara, include Aetheric Press (Santa Barbara), Arundel Press (Los Angeles), Cadmus Editions (Santa Barbara), Capra Press (Santa Barbara), Cranium Press (San Francisco), Crepuscular Press (Madison, WI), Doggeral Press (Santa Barbara), Gehenna Press (Northampton, MA), Janus Press (West Burke, VT), Grabhorn Hoyem (San Francisco), Kairos Editions (Santa Barbara), Graham Mackintosh (Santa Barbara), Meadow Press (San Francisco), Moving Parts Press (Santa Cruz, CA), Mudborn Press (Santa Barbara), Ninja Press (Sherman Oaks, CA), Old Hand Press (Santa Barbara), Painted Cave Press (Santa Barbara), Harry and Sandra Reese (Isla Vista, CA), Sand Dollar Press (Berkeley, CA), Sand River Press (Los Osos, CA), Sun Moon Bear Press (Healdsburg, CA), Table-Talk Press (Santa Barbara), Unicorn Bookshop (Goleta, CA), Noel Young (Santa Barbara). (Mss 212).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Caxton, William (c.1422-1491). The first English printer. Holdings include fine press facsimile editions of the first book printed in England, The Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers, from 1877 [Printers Z241.M923 1877 vault] and 1901 [Printers Z241.M923 1901]; The Life and Works of William Caxton (1938) featuring an original leaf from the Polycronicon printed in 1482 [Spec Z232.C38 K87 vault]; a facsimile edition of Caxton’s translation of The Metamorphoses of Ovid (1968) [Spec PA6522.M2 C3 1480a]; other fine press editions of Caxton’s works by the Windsor Press (1926) [Printers Z239.W56 B528 1926], the Stratford Press (1942) [Printers Z124.D5], the Oriole Press (1959) [Printers Z232.C38 J3], and the Alembic Press (1995) [Printers Z232.C38 C45 1995].
  • [Printing and Printers]. Chinese Woodblock Print Book Collection. (Printers Mss 68).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Chroma Litho Collection, [ca. 1980s]. 10 color examples of work by Santa Barbara-based Chroma Litho printers. (SC 1037).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Gaviola [Ruel] Zine Collection, ca. 1999-2003. Hundreds of zines, mostly USA, collected by a Santa Barbara reviewer of zines. (Printers Mss 58).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Glick [Milton] Oral History, 1971. Interviews about printing, with a former printer associated with the William Edwin Rudge firm and Viking Press. (OH 43).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Guthrie, James Joshua. One letter (ALS) on Pear Tree Press stationery, to [S. Winard], re publishing concerns, [1929]. Laid in Miles Tomalin, Fool’s Luck, Ten Poems. (SC 557).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Guthrie (James) – Pear Tree Press Collection, ca. 1901-1952, 1971. Bibliographical and biographical information, correspondence, publications and other material relating to artist/printer Guthrie and his Pear Tree Press, located in Sussex, England. (Printers Mss 11).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Hubbard, Elbert (1856-1915). One letter (ALS) to William [Winter?], on personal stationery watermarked with his portrait. [Roycroft], East Aurora, New York, 7 March 1912. (SC 150).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Hunter, Dard (1883-1966). One letter (TLS) from Dard Hunter, American authority on printing, paper, and papermaking, to Matthew J. Bruccoli, American scholar and professor of English, re visit of latter. Chillicothe, Ohio, 4 June 1962. (SC 558).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Japanese Woodblock Print Book Collection, ca. 1600s-early 1900s. (Printers Mss 61).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Mackintosh [Graham] Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Four items printed by Graham Mackintosh and one broadside, “The Man with Three Names,” dedicated to Lew Archer and him. (SC 964).
  • [Printing and Printers]. McCurdy [Bruce] Collection. Examples of printing, one as early as 1791, along with 20th century California programs, prospectuses, and examples and correspondence relating to the history of half-tone printing. (SC 770).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Meriden Gravure Company Collection, ca. 1964-1971. Printed examples from the Meriden Gravure Company of Meriden, Connecticut, including booklets, calendars, exhibition catalogs, guides, journals, and pamphlets commissioned by a number of galleries, museums, organizations, and universities and colleges. (Printers Mss 13).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Mongolia Manuscript and Printing Collection, 1700s-1800s. Examples of manuscripts and printing from various sources. (Printers Mss 47).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Nash, John Henry. One letter (TLS) from Nell O’Day, librarian for San Francisco printer John Henry Nash to N. C. Holmes, responding to query about the printing of Margaret Collier Graham’s Gifts and Givers, Mar. 30, 1928. (SC 509).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Nash [John Henry] Collection, ca. 1918-1970 [bulk dates 1920s-1930s]. Edited copy of the catalog of books printed by Nash in San Francisco, printing specimens, prospectuses, offprints, correspondence, and related ephemera. (Printers Mss 27).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Nineteenth Century Engravings and Lithographs, ca. 1800s-1890s. (Printers Mss 70).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Ninja Press Collection, ca. 1969-2006 [bulk dates 1984-2006]. Correspondence, articles, lectures, conference, exhibition, and organization files, project files, and related materials of UCSB book arts graduate and fine press owner Carolee Campbell. (Printers Mss 35).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Olsen [Don] / Ox Head Press Collection, 1967-2003. (Printers Mss 65).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Poster Collection, ca. 1960s-1980s. Individual and small sets of posters from multiple sources, most U.S. and a few British. Includes items relating to book arts, book fairs, Johannes Gutenberg, printing, and publishers/publishing. (Printers Mss 64).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Presses and Printers Collection. Prospectii, lists, flyers, correspondence and various other materials by or about individual presses, arranged alphabetically, by press name. (Printers Mss 31).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Quintessence Publications. Several flyers and examples of printing, n.d. (SC 799).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Rampegolo, Antonio. One note (AN) on George E. Littlefield (Boston, Mass.) stationery, re Johann Zainer, latter fifteeenth century Ulm printer who, among other things, printed Antonio Rampegolo’s Aurea Biblia (1476). Laid in Rampegolo’s, Aurea Biblia [BV4830.R33 1476]. (SC 601).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Ridland [John] Collection, ca. 1957-1999. Contains material relating to Santa Barbara area poets and presses, including ephemera and other items laid in printed works; Isla Vista items relating to the troubles of 1970 and including a piece by Ridland entitled "Eyes and Ears on Isla Vista: An Unpublished Review from 1970"; and files as faculty advisor of the UCSB student publication, Spectrum. (SBHC Mss 47).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Ritchie [Ward] Collection, ca. 1975-1993. A collection of 34 of Ward Ritchie’s Laguna Verde imprints with some correspondence laid in, and related ephemera, including a handwritten list of imprints through no. 24, a newspaper article about Ritchie, and a matted black and white print of Ritchie. A more detailed description of imprints through no. 27 may be found in Ward Ritchie’s Laguna Verde Imprenta: 1975-1987. The imprints have been cataloged individually. (SC 1079).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Rogers [Bruce] Collection, ca. 1920-1954. Correspondence from the internationally renowned typographer and designer, to Fred Rudge, Melvin Loos, and others, as well as manuscript and proofs of Rogers’ Paragraphs on Printing (William E. Rudge’s Sons, 1943), and other design items. Also, copies of many of the more than 500 books designed by him. (Printers Mss 16).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Rowny [J. F.] Press Records, ca. 1912-1967. Records of the Santa Barbara-based J. F. Rowny Press, publishers of works on religion and metaphysics. Includes incoming/and some outgoing correspondence (arranged alphabetically), financial records, galleys and typescript drafts of submissions for publication, and some miscellaneous files, including pamphlets and flyers from other authors and publishers of similar kinds of material. (Printers Mss 12).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Roxburghe Club Collection, ca. 1928-1980. Printed announcements, invitations, keepsakes, membership lists, notices, and other printed items, ca. 1928-1980, produced by various members of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, including Lewis and Dorothy Allen, Arion Press (Andrew Hoyem), Grabhorn Press (Edwin and Robert Grabhorn), Grabhorn-Hoyem, Grace Hoper Press (Sherwood Grover), Lawton and Alfred Kennedy, John Henry Nash, Tamalpais Press (Roger Levenson), and Adrian Wilson Press. (Printers Mss 17).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Rudge Chapbook Archive, 1978-1985. Correspondence, research files, drafts, artwork, proofs, and other material relating to the publication of Typophiles Chapbook 57: William J Glick, William Edwin Rudge (New York: Typophiles, 1984). Hobart O. Skofield, former Rudge associate and creator of the UCSB Printers Collection, worked extensively with Glick on the project. (Printers Mss 9).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Rudge [William Edwin III] Oral History. (OH 80).
  • [Printing and Printers]. [Rudge]. William Edwin Rudge [Firm] Collection, ca. 1903-1983 [bulk dates 1940s-1950s]. Business records and personal papers of William E. Rudge, his family, his printing firm, and associates. (Printers Mss 2).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Skofield (Hobart) Oral History, 1982. Recollections of Skofield, re his years as an apprentice with the Printing House of William Edwin Rudge, experiences with the Rancheros Vistadores, development of what is now the Skofield Printers Collection. (OH 6).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Skofield [Hobart O.] Papers, ca. 1910s-1991 [bulk dates 1930s-1970s]. Two series: personal/family materials re Hobart O. Skofield, his father Ray L. Skofield, and a large number of genealogical files; and a printers/presses series, with a large amount of material relating to Skofield’s association with the Rudge printing firm, as well as long-term correspondence with other prominent printers and research/subject files on numerous mostly-American presses and printing interests. (Printers Mss 1).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Skofield [Hobart O.] Printers Collection. More than 30,000 volumes, with an emphasis on the book arts, bookplates, California presses (such as Arion, Black Sparrow, Book Club of California, Grabhorn, Flying Fish, Paul Elder, and Yolla Bolly presses), fine printing, history of the book, writing and printing, miniature books, papermaking, Santa Barbara presses (including Capra Press, Mary Heebner’s Simplemente Maria Press and Harry and Sandra Reese’s Turkey Press), small and private presses (such as Doves, Gehenna, Granary, Hogarth, Janus, Kelmscott, Nonesuch, Pennyroyal, Perishable, and Roycroft presses), and typography. Also, related manuscript collections relating to Hobart O. Skofield, Mudborn Press, John Henry Nash, Ninja Press (Carolee Campbell), Pear Tree Press, Bruce Rogers, Rowny Press, and Rudge Press.
  • [Printing and Printers]. Stuffed Goose Printers’ Broadside Series. Nos. 1 and 2, Smithsonian Institution, 1980. (SC 778).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Tintype Graphic Arts. Poster, with “All the typefaces in the known world.” San Luis Obispo, CA, n.d. (SC 988).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Trade and Advertising Card Collection, ca. 1870s-1910s. 126 trade and advertising cards, many color lithographs, from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, for products such as bicycles and bicycling; boots and shoes; building materials; food, drink and restaurants; horse and equine equipment; machinery and equipment; organs and pianos; printing (including lithography) and photography; railroad locomotives and cars; soap; theater and performance; wringers and washers; also depictions of African Americans, ‘Uncle Sam’, and Bufford Company (Boston, MA lithographers) advertisement and trade cards. (Mss 264).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Trianon Press Collection. Sample sheets. Also, a number of printed items, mostly William Blake, which have been cataloged separately. (Printers Mss 37).
  • [Printing and Printers]. UCLA Print Ephemera Collection, ca. 1950s-1980s. Printed announcements, invitations, keepsakes, and other printed items, ca. 1960s-1980s, created for events at the UCLA library and elsewhere. (Printers Mss 69).
  • [Printing and Printers]. William Edwin Rudge [Firm] Collection, ca. 1903-1983 [bulk dates 1940s-1950s]. Business records and personal papers of William E. Rudge, his family, his printing firm, and associates. (Printers Mss 2).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Young (Noel) / Capra Press Collection, ca. 1930s-1970s. The collection contains biographical information about Noel Young (1922-2002), including typescripts from early diaries in the 1930s and through his college years, typescripts mainly of short stories, but also poetry and plays, by Young, memorabilia from trips, photographs, and some material relating to his Santa Barbara-based Capra Press. (Printers Mss 46).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Young [Noel] / Capra Press Oral History, 1983. Interviews with the Santa Barbara publisher. (OH 104).
  • [Printing and Printers]. Young [Noel] Collection, [ca. 1960s-1970s]. Examples of Noel Young’s printing work for various presses. (Printers Mss 71).
  • Printing Specimens Collection, ca. 1960s-1980s. Mainly prospectuses and sample sheets for facsimile editions of famous works such as the Gutenberg Bible. Also, some broadsides and other specimens, primarily of 20c American printers. (Printers Mss 38).
  • Process Church of the Final Judgment Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. Teaching and training materials, autobiography and diary of founder Robert de Grimson, correspondence, and other materials relating to the Process Church. (ARC Mss 63).
  • Proclamations. Six broadsides, proclaiming days of fasting and thanksgiving. Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, 1868-1869. (Wyles SC 821).
  • Professional Counseling Clinic (Santa Barbara, CA). Flyers, ca. 1973. (HPA SC 102).
  • Professional School of Psychological Studies (San Diego, CA). Brochures and flyers, ac. 1985-1986. (HPA SC 103).
  • [Prohibition]. [Political Cartoon]. “THE MAIN – E – ACS – OF 1855 _ PURITANISM REVIVED _ EVIL EFFECTS OF THE JUG LAW,” re prohibition law of the time. Portland, Maine. (SC 777).
  • Prohibition Reform Party. Printed revised proof of the National Platform for the Prohibition Party, compliments of James Black, Chairman of the National Committee, Lancaster, PA, [ca. late 1800s]. (SC 791).
  • Promissory Note, 1705-1706. (SC 1067).
  • [Propaganda]. Gahagan [G. William] Collection, ca. 1935-1953 [bulk dates 1942-1945]. Includes propaganda magazines, pamphlets, and leaflets used both in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters of war; OWI outpost reports; U.N. Conference press releases, circulars, correspondence and photos relating to a public relations officer for the Office of War Information’s Overseas Branch in San Francisco. (Bernath Mss 8).
  • [Propaganda]. Mobley [Paul H.] Vietnam War Collection, 1965-1966. Album of photographs, leaflets, and various ephemeral items relating to the service of First Lieutenant Paul H. Mobley with the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam in 1965-1966. Includes twelve black/white photographs, mostly members of the infantry, showing gathering of troops, a display of an arms cache, bodies collected in a clearing, a view from out a Huey helicopter door, etc.); also clippings about the unit, six propaganda leaflets issued by the South Vietnam National Liberation Front, and other items such as a pair of epaulettes. (Bernath Mss 201).
  • [Propaganda]. Vietnamese Propaganda, ca. 1966-1967. Three printed Vietnam War era items, including “Cease-Fire Order of the South Vietnam Liberation Armed Forces” and “What’s in it for you, G.I.” (SC 742).
  • [Propaganda]. World War II Propaganda Flyer, 1945. Dropped by the U.S. Army Corps on flights over Japan just before the dropping of the atom bombs – warning the Japanese that the hour of the Empire’s defeat was soon at hand. Includes illustration of a clock, with hours depicting islands once held by Japan. (SC 969).
  • Pruessman [Gladys] Japan Photograph Album, 1929. Album of a General Electric executive’s family in Japan, with about 300 b/w photos and ephemera such as newspaper clippings, telegrams, cards, ships’ menus, passenger lists, postcards, pamphlets, invitations, theater tickets and programs, and hotel menus. In addition to snapshots of the family, the album includes numerous images (snapshots and commercial) of Yokohama, Tokyo, Miyanoshita, Nara, Nikko, street and countyside scenes, Kabuki theatre, as well as trips to Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila, and a stop in Honolulu on the way home. (Bernath Mss 45).
  • Pryor, Roger A. One letter (ALS) re publishing, 23 Aug. 1912. (Wyles SC 182).
  • Psuik [Robert Bruce] / Navy Pier Oral History, 1984. (OH 116).
  • [Psychology]. Jung [C. G.] Club of Claremont, CA. Leaflets, 1988-1989. (HPA SC 136).
  • [Psychology]. Jung [C. G.] Institute of Chicago. Leaflets, 1977-1985, n.d. (HPA SC 137).
  • [Psychology]. Jung [C. G.] Institute of Los Angeles. Leaflets, 1975-1988, n.d. (HPA SC 138).
  • [Psychology]. Jung [C. G.] Institute of San Francisco. Leaflets, 1987-1989, n.d. (HPA SC 139).
  • [Psychology]. Jung [C. G.] Institute of Zurich. Leaflet, 1984. (HPA SC 140).
  • [Psychology]. Jungian Conferences at Universities. Leaflets, 1977-1981, n.d. (HPA SC 141).
  • [Psychology]. New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy. Brochure, 1989. (HPA SC 91).
  • [Psychology]. Perutz [Fred W.] Collection, ca. 1943-1945. Twelve World War II era leaflets and newspapers issued by U.S. Psychological Warfare units, mostly German language. (SC 631).
  • [Psychology]. Washington (D.C.) Gestalt Center. Leaflets, 1976-1977. (HPA SC 133).
  • Psychology. See also: Humanistic Psychology.
  • Psychology, Humanistic: Small Collections. List of smaller collections, usually a folder or two, relating individuals and organizations in the field of humanistic psychology.
  • Psychosynthesis Collection, ca. 1969-1983. Newsletters and other ephemera pertaining to psychosynthesis, a transpersonal psychology emphasizing personal growth. (HPA Mss 30).
  • Public History Studies – Disasters, 1977-1978. UCSB Public History Studies Program project. Mainly interviews with Santa Barbara area fire department, forest service, and government employees re fires and firefighting. Also some interviews re water issues and the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake. (OH 76).
  • Public History Program – State Street Oral History Project, 1976-1977. UCSB Public History Studies Program project. Interviews with Santa Barbara State Street businessmen. (OH 77).
  • Public History Program – Water. UCSB Public History Studies Program project. Interviews conducted by UCSB graduate students as a class project in the public history program. (OH 78).
  • Puck Magazine Drawings, 1879-1916. 13 original drawings, ink on board, by various artists, for Puck, the British humor magazine. (SC 845).
  • [Puerto Rico]. Caribbean Photograph Album, ca. 1903. 184 black/white photographs taken during a cruise on the steamship Oceana (German-American Line), with images of St. Thomas (Virgin Islands), San Juan (Puerto Rico), Jamaica, Panama Canal, Venezuela, Trinidad, Martinique, Dominica, San Domingo, Santiago and Havana (Cuba), and Nassau (Bahamas). Includes coastal and city views, streetscapes, buildings, railroads and steamships in ports, and local men and women at work and at leisure. (Bernath Mss 184).
  • [Puerto Rico]. Nistal-Moret [Benjamin] Collection, ca. 1829-1979, 1993. Biographical material and research files re Nistal-Moret’s Esclavos Profugos y Cimarrones, Puerto Rico, 1770-1870, including documents from Puerto Rico, primarily pertaining to identification and registration of slaves and the apprehension of fugitives. (Wyles Mss 78).
  • [Puerto Rico]. Touton (Rush D.) Tobacco Collection, ca. 1924-1981 [bulk dates 1930-1960]. Includes material on tobacco industry in Puerto Rico and Sumatra; many photographs, mainly b/w and in U.S. (Bernath Mss 112).
  • Puget Sound Christian Indian Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1961-1964. (Wyles Mss 129).
  • Puleston, Fred. One letter (ALS) to Mr. [?] Seidler and carbons of two letters (TL) from Seidler, re Puleston’s book, African Drums, 1930. (SC 234).
  • Purcell, Francis. One document, warrant for payment to Francis Purcell, by Act of Parliament. Whitehal[l], [London], 26 June 1679. (SC 468).
  • Purnell, Purnell B. One letter (ALS) to a Mr. Wilkinson, re selling books and antiques. Stancombe Park, 4 July 1858. Found in John Aiken, General Biography; or, Lives of the Most Eminent Persons, vol. 1 (London 1818). (SC 467).
  • Pushkin, Alexander Sergeyevich (1799-1837). Russian poet. Holdings include fine press editions of The Golden Cockerel by C.W. Beaumont (1918) [Printers Z276.5.P885 1918] and the Limited Editions Club (1950) [Printers Z239.L5 P88 1950], Gabriel (1929) illustrated by Rockwell Kent [Printers Z239.S7 P88 1929], Boris Godunov (1985) by Sixth Chamber Press [Printers Z239.2.R3 P88 1985], Four Stories (1987) by the Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 P88 1987 vault], and Arion (2002) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 P88 2002]. Additionally, several of Pushkin’s works have been set to music and recorded on 78 rpm records, such as I Love You, Olga! [PA ARVM-16542].
  • Pyarelal. Correspondence to Stephen Hay, UCSB Professor, and related materials re Pyarelal’s objections to Ved Mehta’s articles on Mahatma Gandhi in the New Yorker, ca. 1976-1977. (SC 245).

Q

  • Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas (1863-1944). English poet, scholar, and novelist. Holdings include The Splendid Spur (1889) [Spec PR5194.S6 1889], The Blue Pavilions (1891) [Spec PR5194.B5 1891], Fairy Tales Far and Near (1895) [Spec PR5194.F3 1895], Ia (1896) [Spec PR5194.I2 1896], The White Wolf (1902) [Spec PR5194.W56 1902], Shining Ferry (1905) [Spec PR5194.S46 1905], In Powder and Crinoline (1913) [Spec PR5194.I53 1913], Nicky-Nan, the Reservist (1915) [Spec PR5194.N5 1915], and Foe-Farrell (1918) [Spec PR5194.F6 1918]. Additionally, a variety of manuscript items are available in the Isaac Foot Collection [Mss 33].
  • Quintessence Publications. Several flyers and examples of printing, n.d. (SC 799).

R

  • RAF Pilot’s Pakistan Photo Album, 1927-1928. Album of a British R.A.F. pilot in Pakistan, containing 100+ black/white photographs, many with captions. Includes shots of biplanes, airfields, camps, and colleagues, as well as a number of scenes in the North West Frontier and other parts of Pakistan. Locations include Khanpur, Rawalpindi, Attock, Patriata, Charehan Ridge, Chakehan, Galerha Gully, Murree Hills, Razmak Narai, Dwa Tol, Miran Shah, and Risalpur. Also a few shots of Haputale (Sri Lanka), Bombay, and Aden. (Bernath Mss 61).
  • Rabelais, François (c.1494-1553) [pseudonym of Alcofribas Nasier]. French physician and satirist. Holdings include an early edition of Les Oeuvres (1558) [Spec PQ1681.A1 1558 vault] and a facsimile of the 1532 edition of La Pantagrueline Prognostication (1922) [Spec PQ1683.P8 1532a].  Fine press editions of his works by Ballantyne Press (1904) [Printers Z239.2.B22 R33 1904] and The Complete Works of Doctor François Rabelais, Abstractor of the Quintessence (1927), part of the Morris L. Ernst Banned Book Collection [Spec PQ1685.E5 U7 1927].
  • [Rabelais, François]. Notes, clippings and articles re Rabelais, compiler unknown, ca. latter 1800s-1940s. (SC 524).
  • Racine, Jean (1639-1699). French dramatist. Holdings include Iphigénie (1743) [Spec PQ1896.A1 1743], The Distrest Mother (1791) in English [Spec PQ1890.A45 1791], the seven-volume set Œuvres de Jean Racine (1808) [Spec PQ1885 1808], and The Dramatic Works of Jean Racine (1889) in English [Spec PQ1888.E5 B6]. Fine press edition of Phaedra (1958) by the Grabhorn Press [Printers Z239.G7 R3].
  • Radin [Paul] Oral History, 1999. Interviews on Radin’s role as a film producer and recollections of film stars such as Charles Chaplin, for whom he wrote the advertising campaign for Monsieur Verdoux, Charles Laughton, Heddy Lamar, Humphrey Bogart, and Yul Brynner. (OH 4).
  • [Radio]. Anderson (Dame Judith) Collection, ca. 1915-1980s. Scripts, photographs, scrapbooks, and correspondence of the Australian-born actress noted for her stage, radio, and television work, particularly her Shakespearean roles (including the role of Hamlet), and who retired to Santa Barbara. (PA Mss 6).
  • [Radio]. Boucher [Anthony] Golden Voices (radio program). Master tapes of Boucher’s Pacifica radio program on opera. (PA Mss 29).
  • [Radio]. Field, Charles Kellogg. One letter (TLS) to Dorothy Crawford, thanking her for his use of her writing on his NBC radio program “Cheerio” and asking permission to include it in his proposed inspirational book of days. New York, Sept. 14, 1940. (SC 416).
  • [Radio]. Herrmann [Bernard] Radio and Television Music. (PA Mss 46).
  • [Radio]. Hilly [John] Collection. Recordings of several radio shows guest starring John Hilly, an Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of New York. The collection includes one episode of Hi Jinx and seven of the show Gangbusters. Most of the shows are about prosecuting mobsters and bootleggers. (PA 2000-017).
  • [Radio]. Huglin [Henry C.] Collection, 1965-1995. Writings of Brigadier General Henry C. Huglin, USAF Ret., including his newspaper column, “Affairs of Nations,” 1973-1977, and other essays, most written ca. 1965-1966, for broadcast as commentaries on the Pacifica Radio Network. Also two open reel tapes of Huglin speaking at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1965-1966. (Mss 164).
  • [Radio]. KCSB Audiotape Collection, 1969-1970, 1972. 102 open reel tapes produced by radio station KCSB, with live coverage of events, other broadcasts, calls, and interviews. KCSB-FM 91.9, a non-commercial radio station, was located in the UCSB Storke Communications Building during the time these tapes were made. Malcolm Gault-Williams was General Manager. At the time, KCSB was the area’s only non-commercial radio station and had a stated programming commitment to community service broadcasting. (SBHC Mss 58).
  • [Radio]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. More than 40,000 items that Romaine collected and which are arranged along the lines of his published guide. Primarily 19th and early 20th century American trade and advertising literature, including a section on radios. (Mss 107).
  • [Radio]. Screen Guild Players Recordings, 1942-1948. Recordings of 32 Screen Guild Players radio programs used as a fundraising effort for the Motion Picture Relief Fund featuring many contemporary stars. (PA Mss 28).
  • [Radio]. Tompkins [Walker A.] Collection, ca. 1849-1980s. Mainly Tompkins’ writings (local/regional history and historical fiction) and related research files, but also some historical manuscripts donated by others. Much of the subject matter relates to the Santa Barbara and Goleta areas. Includes large number of historical photographs and audiotapes of his radio program as well. (SBHC Mss 19).
  • [Radio]. UCSB, Office of Public Information Subject Files, ca. 1941-1993. Includes files on academic planning, Academic Senate, Arts & Lectures events, Associated Students, Bakke case, buildings, Chancellor’s events and activities, Charter Day, colleges, Commencement, convocations, departments, development, Drama Series, enrollment, faculty, financial aid, history, honors and awards, issues, Lecture Series, Music Series, propositions, radio and television, Regents, residence halls, statewide issues, student affairs, University Day, University Edition, and university relations. (UArch 12).
  • [Radio]. Watts [Alan] Papers. Includes approximately ninety audio recordings of programs given by Alan Watts and recorded at the Esalen Institute and by Pacifica Radio, among other sources. (HPA Mss 41).
  • [Radio]. Word of Grace Collection, ca. 1970. 59 pamphlets by Duane Edward Spencer, based on radio messages from the Word of Grace program (San Antonio, Texas), intended to aid in the study of key words of Scripture. (ARC Mss 47).
  • Radio Bible Class Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. 78 booklets published by the Radio Bible Class (Grand Rapids, MI), most by Richard W. De Haan, with titles such as “Eternal Destinations,” “The Other Side of Death,” and “The Time of Christ’s Return.” (ARC Mss 59).
  • Rae [Dorothy] Collection. Photos of the vaudeville performer. (PA Mss 49).
  • Railroad Collection, ca. 1867-1899. Correspondence, invoices, notices, receipts, and tickets for several railroads including the Atlantic and Great Western Railway; Buffalo Pass, Scalplock & Defiance Railroad; Chicago & North-Western Railroad Company; Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad; Denver & Rio Grande Western Railway; Illinois Central R. R.; Little Miami, Columbus and Xenia, and Connecting Railroads; Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company; Ohio & Mississippi Railroad Line; and Virginia and Truckee Railroad (Nevada/California). (Wyles SC 895).
  • Railroad Engine Photograph Album, ca. 1880s-1950s. (Wyles Mss 123).
  • Railroad Ephemera. (Wyles Mss 154).
  • Railroad Ephemera Collection, ca. 1870s-1970s. A variety of ephemeral items relating mainly to railroad companies, but also some bus and other transportation companies. Included in the collection are passenger tickets, railroad forms, transfer tickets, bond coupons, baggage claim checks, company passes, time cards, service pins, tokens, dining car napkins, cancelled paychecks, postcards, and reports. More than 70 companies from all regions of the U.S. and Canada are represented. (Wyles Mss 128).
  • Railroad Printed Ephemera Collection, ca. 1910s-1930s. Flyers, memos, membership cards, newsletters, notices, proceedings, statutes and other related materials, mainly pertaining to the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company and to the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employes. (Mss 249).
  • Railroad Seals. Three embossed seals from the Bullfrog Goldfield Railroad Company, 1905; Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Company Ltd., 1904; and the Death Valley Railroad Company, 1914. (Wyles SC 183).
  • Railroads. Books, maps, and manuscripts showing the development of railroads and transportation systems, mainly in 19th century America, including the Civil War and subsequent westward expansion. Early printed works include: Henry Schenck Tanner, Memoir on the Recent Surveys, Observations, and Internal Improvements, in the United States, with Brief Notices of … Canals, Railroads … (1830); Robert J. Vandewater, The Tourist, or Pocket Manual for Travellers on the Hudson River, the Western and Northern Canals and Railroads … (1839); William Chapin, A Complete Reference Gazetteer of the United States of North America … [with] a Notice of the Various Canals, Railroads and Internal Improvements … (1840); Asa Whitney, A Project for a Railroad to the Pacific (1849); P. P. F. Degrand, Rail Road to San Francisco (1849?); United States, Army, Corps of Engineers, Report of Explorations for the Pacific Railroad … (1855); Also, early maps such as: Orramel Hinckley Throop, United States and Northern Mexico Map Showing Finished, Unfinished, and Proposed Railways (1830?); Skeleton Map Showing the Rail Roads Completed in the United States and Their Connection as Proposed with the Harbor of Pensacola … (1846?).
  • [Railroads]. Alaska Photograph Collection, ca. 1880s-1950s [bulk dates 1887-1920]. About 800 photographs, loose and in three albums, captions in English, including photographers Eric A. Hegg, P. S. Hunt, H. G. Kaiser, P. Edward Larss and J. E. N. Duclos, Lomen Brothers, and Miles Brothers. Subjects include: boats, children, churches, coastline, countryside, dogsleds, Eskimos (Tlingit / Haidu – portraits, daily activities, dances, hunting, schools, villages, and other), glaciers, gold mining and milling, harbors, houses, icebergs, Klondikers, mountains, parades, railroads, reindeer, rivers and river steamers, settlers and homesteads, ships and shipwrecks (incl. Thetis), school classes, skiing, totem poles, towns and villages (Anchorage, Circle City, Cordova, Dawson, Eagle City, Fairbanks, Fort Wrangell, Howkan, Juneau, Kennicott, Ketchikan, Metlakahtla, Nome, Port Simpson, St. Michael, Seward, Sitka, Treadwell, Valdez, White Horse), and winter scenes. (Wyles Mss 150).
  • [Railroads]. Brazil Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s]. 26 black/white photographs, with captions in German, of railroad construction in Porto Lucena; bridge of S. Joeio Curityba, Paraguay; harbor of Ultramar, Uruguay; Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre and eucalyptus groves; revolutionaries; ruins of Sao Miguel; police officers and troops of Santo Angelo; and Saltos do Iguassu. (Bernath Mss 177).
  • [Railroads]. Central Pacific Railroad Exploration Map. One printed map, “Sketch of Capt. Gunnison’s Route to Sept. 20th, 1853. Senate Ex: Doc: No. 29. 1 Sess 33 Cong.” (Wyles SC 1088).
  • [Railroads]. Chicago & North-Western Railway Company. Two printed flyers offering land in Minnesota and Dakota, promoting “The most healthy climate of the world … Settlements of Americans, Germans and Scandinavians; Odd Fellows’ and Catholic Colonies … LANDS SOLD ON LONG CREDIT!” ca. 1870s. (Wyles SC 461).
  • [Railroads]. Colorado Midland Railroad. Business card of Frank Smith. Colorado City, Colorado, n.d. (Wyles SC 59).
  • [Railroads]. Emerson (George Harrington) / Russian Railway Service Corps Collection, 1917-1919. (Bernath Mss 374).
  • [Railroads]. Gildea [James G.] Middle East Railroad Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s [bulk dates early 1950s]. Bulk of collection is documents and photos re construction of Saudi Government Railway, ca. early 1950s. Gildea later lived in Santa Barbara. (Bernath Mss 219).
  • [Railroads]. Goleta Depot Prints, ca. 1980s. One color and two black and white prints of the Southern Pacific Railroad depot in Goleta, California. (SC 1031).
  • [Railroads]. Gray [Ethel C.] California, Canal Zone, Cuba Photograph Album, 1935. About 100 pages, recording Ethel C. Gray’s six-week rail trip from NYC to the western U.S. (including Yosemite, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego), then by ship (S.S. Virginia) to the Canal Zone and Cuba. Includes photographs, postcards, railroad timetables, hotel brochures, menus, and other ephemera. (Bernath Mss 46).
  • [Railroads]. Jacobson [Calvin D.] Collection, ca. early 1900s. Picture postcards (several from Illinois), facsimiles of nineteenth century newspapers, South Mountain Railroad Co. first mortgage bond, material relating to “America in the Making,” an exhibit of original American documents, and other ephemera, including greeting card with drawing “Santa Barbara from Anchorage, June 30, 1847,” by William Rich Hutton. (Wyles SC 699).
  • [Railroads]. Kelly [Bill] Western Burma Photograph Album, ca. 1912. 45 black and white albumen photographs from the Yenangyat area of Western Burma, including images of railroads, oil wells and workers, Buddhist temples and statues, other buildings, local inhabitants (men, women, and children), rural scenes, water buffalo, countryside, markets, boats, and fakirs, apparently compiled by Bill Kelly, who seems to have been associated with one of the British oil companies. Also, several images of Kelly and other British residents engaged in hunting and cricket, and other activities. (Bernath Mss 333).
  • [Railroads]. Kennedy, Thomas Hart. One mimeograph copy of a lengthy letter to Thomas M. Storke, editor of the Santa Barbara News-Press re railroad development in California, 1963. (Wyles SC 927).
  • [Railroads]. New York Central Railroad Company. Set of 16 letterpress proofs of images and descriptions of nineteenth century railroad engines. Privately printed by Huxley House for New York Central Railroad, 1938. Design, illustration and typography by John Maximus. (SC 994).
  • [Railroads]. Maps. Historical maps such as: Colton’s New Rail Road & County Map of the United States, the Canadas … (1864); Map of the Southern Pacific Railroad and Connections (1875); and Map of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad … (1881).
  • [Railroads]. Marysville, California Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 30 black and white snapshots of Marysville, California and surrounding area. Includes images of integrated baseball team, railroad station, tracks, tunnel digging, and locomotive 2580, telegraph and cable office, family and friends, names unknown. (SC 974).
  • [Railroads]. Reconstruction Era Railroad Collection, ca. 1866-1878. Letters and documents mainly relating to financial matters of the Mobile & Ohio, and the Louisiana & Missouri Railroad companies. (Wyles SC 988).
  • [Railroads]. Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. Nine boxes of railroad material, including catalogs on locomotives and supplies, manuals, rails and track, travel guides, and timetables. (Mss 107).
  • [Railroads]. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Photographs, 1913. Four b/w photos and copies (various sizes), showing Miss Ednah A. Rich, President of the State Normal School, being presented with a spike maul, which she used to drive the golden spike at the end of the Normal School Extension of the Santa Barbara & Suburban Railway, Nov. 6, 1913. (SC 844).
  • [Railroads]. Sierra Leone Photographs, ca. 1907. 11 black and white albumen prints, some captions in English, possibly taken by a British artillery officer. Includes images of Sierra Leone artillery, groups of Europeans, local men and women, Sierra Leone railway, and panoramic view of the Engineer’s bungalow. Nos. on one album page suggest these are part of a larger group of photos. (SC 1096).
  • [Railroads]. South Coast Railroad Museum Collection, ca. 1878-1976 [bulk dates 1950-1968]. Mostly printed materials, such as pamphlets, brochures, guides, and timetables, relating to railroad history, with some emphasis on California. (SBHC Mss 18).
  • [Railroads]. Southern Pacific Company. One printed railroad brochure and timetable re “Morning Daylight” route from San Francisco to Los Angeles, 20 Nov. 1940. (SC 590).
  • [Railroads]. Southern Pacific Railroad Photograph Album, ca. 1890. (Wyles SC 1035).
  • [Railroads]. Swakopmund Eisenbahn-Baukompagnie No. 2 Denkschrift, 1907. Report on railroad construction in the Swakopmund district of German Southwest Africa (now Namibia). (SC 861).
  • [Railroads]. Trade and Advertising Card Collection, ca. 1870s-1910s. 126 trade and advertising cards, many color lithographs, from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, for products such as bicycles and bicycling; boots and shoes; building materials; food, drink and restaurants; horse and equine equipment; machinery and equipment; organs and pianos; printing (including lithography) and photography; railroad locomotives and cars; soap; theater and performance; wringers and washers; also depictions of African Americans, ‘Uncle Sam’, and Bufford Company (Boston, MA lithographers) advertisement and trade cards. (Mss 264).
  • [Railroads]. Union Pacific R. R. Views. One stereoview, No. 31a – “Reynold’s and Dowling’s Camp, Quaking Asp Hill,” n.d. (Wyles SC 646).
  • [Railroads]. "The United States at One View: 1776-1845." Broadside, with statistical tables on population, railroads, canals, steam-boat routes, mountains, and rivers. New York, 1845. (Wyles SC 822).
  • [Railroads]. Wabash Railroad. One printed ticket form, for free seat in reclining chair car, 1906. (Wyles SC 502).
  • [Railroads]. Western Rail Road Corporation. One Civil War era document: Receipt for transportation of one box of books from Boston. Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 8 July 1861. (Wyles SC 465).
  • [Railroads]. Wharton [Gabriel Colvin] Railroad Collection, ca. 1850s, 1867-1880s. Correspondence, financial records legal documents, and reports relating to Wharton’s career as a civil engineer specializing in railroad construction. Includes material for Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road Co.; Manasses Gap R. R. Company; Norfolk & Western Railroad Company; Orange & Alexandria Rail Road Co.; South Side R. R. Company; Southern Express Company; and the Virginia, Kentucky & Ohio Railroad. (Wyles Mss 105).
  • [Railroads]. Zihuatenejo Railroad [Michoacan, Mexico] Photograph Album, 1936. (Bernath Mss 266).
  • Rains [Omer L.] Collection, 1973-1982. Bill files, committee files, legislation, campaign and election files, press releases, speech files, subject files, and binders with biographical information pertaining to Rains, a California legislator (State Senate), 18th Senatorial District (Santa Barbara/Ventura). (Mss 102).
  • Ralfe, Pilcher George. One pamphlet entitled “Manx Wild Flowers,” by Ralfe, with correspondence and notes also bound in, ca. 1911-1912. (SC 247).
  • Ramey [Louise] Collection. (ARC Mss 12).
  • Ramona Glass Slide Collection, ca. 1900-1910s. 40 glass slides by F. H. Maude (Los Angeles, CA), many colored, with captions, providing a visual depiction at Rancho Camulos (Ventura Co.) of Helen Hunt Jackson’s novel Ramona. (Mss 269).
  • Ramos, Jesus. Journal, 1853-1857. (Wyles SC 184).
  • Rampegolo, Antonio. One note (AN) on George E. Littlefield (Boston, Mass.) stationery, re Johann Zainer, latter fifteeenth century Ulm printer who, among other things, printed Antonio Rampegolo’s Aurea Biblia (1476). Laid in Rampegolo’s Aurea Biblia [BV4830.R33 1476]. (SC 601).
  • Ramsay, George D. [General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Major R. L. Baker. Frankford Arsenal, 9 Nov. 1862. (Wyles SC 185).
  • Ramsbottom, J. S. Three letters (ALS), from various correspondents, thanking him for the unorthodox work he has sent them, 1910-1911. (SC 250).
  • Ramtha Collection, 1991-2004. Audio and video recording of the teachings of the spirit Ramtha, channeled by JZ Knight. (ARC Mss 26).
  • Ranches / Ranching. See: Agriculture and Ranching.
  • Rancho de Los Alamos. Auction broadside, “Grand Auction Sale at Los Alamos, the chief town in the northern part of Santa Barbara County…,” by Easton, Eldridge & Co., 1888. Includes map of the subdivision. (SC 1004).
  • Rancho Life in California. 20 black and white photographs, with captions, of various activities including cattle herding, plowing, and hide tanning. Apparently historical recreations, ca. 1950s-1970s, which were photographed and distributed to institutions such as the Ventura Schools Visual Aids Department, which is where this set came from. (SC 729).
  • Rand [William Whitehill] Papers, ca. 1921-1968 [bulk dates 1950s-1968]. Documents, maps and some artifacts related to Rand’s career in geology, marine engineering, and the oil industry. The maps are scientific and some include offshore sounding data. Most are maps of the coast of California, particularly in Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties. The records of his company, Submarex, its subsidiaries, and the ships used, make up the bulk of this collection. This company, based in Santa Barbara, was heavily involved in the transformation of Santa Barbara from a relatively unknown area (geologically) to a major oil-producing region between 1947 and 1960. Also, correspondence, meeting minutes, journal articles, newspaper clippings, reports, log books, catalogs, and project files on deep-sea drilling and ocean exploration. (SBHC Mss 46).
  • Randolph, D. C. One letter (ALS) to S. D. [Cabanip?] of Huntsville, re the sale of a slave named Dolly, who he reports to be in good health. Also discusses her ‘nominal husband.’ Richmond, 5 Mar. 1859. (Wyles SC 127).
  • Randolph, Edmund (1819-1861). Newspaper supplement, with text of speech by Randolph, Californian and southern sympathizer, at the Theatre in San Jose, [CA] 1861. (Wyles SC 695).
  • Rankin, Jeannette (1980-1973). One letter (TLS) from Jeannette Rankin, pacifist and first woman to be elected to the United States House of Representatives, to Albert Krichmar, UCSB librarian, sending regrets she cannot help in compiling a bibliography on the women’s rights movement in the U.S. Watkinsville, Georgia, 1 May 1971. (SC 251).
  • Rapier, John L. Four letters (ALS) with Edward E. Bradbury and Postmaster, Richmond, Virginia, re Civil War experiences and long lost book, 1880. (Wyles SC 478).
  • Rathenau, Walther (1867-1922). Publisher’s flyer, in German, with biography and list of works by German industrialist, politician, writer, and statesman Walther Rathenau. Laid in Kritik der Dreifachen Revolution: Apologie (1919). (SC 249).
  • Ray [Lyman B.] Civil War Letter, Oct. 21, 1862. 1 letter (ALS) from a soldier with the 104th New York to his friend Pickie re recent battle news, being shot, and looking forward to being discharged. (Wyles SC 998).
  • Raymond, George. One letter (ALS) to father, mother and sisters re voyage to Melbourne, Australia, 29 May-4 August 1853. Upon arrival, says most of the ship’s passengers were heading immediately for the mines [a gold rush was underway in New South Wales at the time]. (SC 551).
  • Raysor Family Papers, ca. 1900s-1980s. Academic writings, research files, correspondence, and related of Thomas M. Raysor (Coleridge/Wordsworth/Shakespeare scholar) and family correspondence, some 1930s and WWII era. Also some photographs and ephemera, including WWII ration books. (Mss 103).
  • Read [Ervin W.] Navajo – Hopi Song Collection, ca. 1891-1924. Two bound volumes, numerous ‘bound-with’ items. (Wyles Mss 117).
  • Reade, Charles (1814-1884). One autograph, [n.d.] and one letter (ALS) from English novelist and dramatist Charles Reade, re purchase of the stock of his publications Peg Woffington and Christie Johnstone, [London], 8 May n.y. (SC 252).
  • Reade, Charles (1814-1884). One signed inscription, “All men think all men mortal but themselves,” 6 Dec. 1879. (SC 253).
  • [Reagan, Ronald]. Storke, Thomas M. (T. M.). Four letters (TLS) to Thomas M. Storke, ca. 1955-1971, including one from Ronald Reagan, 1968, sending a copy of Lee Edwards’ biography of him. (SC 294).
  • Reagan, Ronald. One letter (TLS) to Vernon I. Cheadle, Chancellor of UCSB, re role of athletics in universities, 27 January 1972, along with program for his inauguration ceremonies, 4 Jan. 1971. (SC 254).
  • Reasoner [Robert] Self-Esteem Collection. Materials donated by Robert Reasoner, founder the National Council for Self-Esteem and president of the International Council for Self-Esteem, relating to the California Center for Self-Esteem, National Association for Self-Esteem, International Council for Self-Esteem, and his own work. Also includes materials from Betty Hatch, who was also involved in the National Council/Association for Self-Esteem and donated several boxes of their organizational records. (HPA Mss 52).
  • Recipe Book, 1853. Ms compiled by Mrs. John R. Mitchell. (SC 451).
  • Reconstruction Era Railroad Collection, ca. 1866-1878. Letters and documents mainly relating to financial matters of the Mobile & Ohio, and the Louisiana & Missouri Railroad companies. (Wyles SC 988).
  • [Redmond, Roland]. One letter (TLS) from Margaret Mallory, 1984, and copies of two other letters (TLS), one to Mallory, 1982, all dealing with an unpublished manuscript about the Metropolitan Museum, New York, by Roland Redmond, President of the Board of the Metroplitan Museum for 18 years. (SC 351).
  • Redwood Photograph. One b/w 6 1/2" x 8 1/2" print of automobile and passengers driving through tunnel cut in tree, ca. 1910s-1920s. (Wyles SC 631).
  • Reed, William Bradford (1806-1876). Four letters (ALS): two from Joseph Reed, 1816 and 1829, and two from William Bradford Reed, 1849 and ca. 1857-1858. All laid in William Bradford Reed’s President Reed of Pennsylvania: A Reply to George Bancroft and Others. (Wyles SC 466).
  • Re-Evaluation Counseling (Santa Barbara, CA). Newsletters and flyers, ca. 1971. (HPA SC 104).
  • REFORMA Archives. Records of the National Association to Promote Library Services to the Spanish Speaking. (CEMA 29).
  • Reiner [Donna] Collection. Typescript copies of reminiscences and family history, early 19c to mid 20c, re Jacob Glendenin Adams, Nancy Hamilton Adams, Joseph Copley Alter, Wells E. Bigelow, Ralph Oliver Reiner (Santa Barbara resident), and Marjorie Ward. Includes accounts of 19c journey to California, life in Korea early 20c, and internment in Japanese pow camp during World War II. (SC 540).
  • [Religion]. Adams (Fred) / Feraferia Collection. (ARC Mss 27).
  • [Religion]. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Two receipts for contributions to the Missionary Packet, Morning Star. Boston, Missionary House, 1866. (SC 504).
  • [Religion]. American Religions Collection. More than 30,000 books, as well as a large number of serials and approximately 1,000 linear feet of manuscripts mainly relating to 20th century non-traditional religions and splinter groups of larger religious bodies in North America. The core of the collection, assembled by J. Gordon Melton, includes major sections relating to Astrology, Buddhism, Christian Science, Evangelical Christian, Hindu, Islam, Magick, Mormon, New Age, Spiritualism, Theosophy, and numerous other groups and movements. ARC includes a number of discrete manuscript collections, which are listed separately.
  • [Religion]. Asrani, U. A. One letter (AL) to the Editor, Fate, re Kundalini yoga. Lucknow, India, 28 Oct. 1977. Laid in U. A. Asrani, Yoga Unveiled [ARC B132.Y6 A76 1977]. (SC 591).
  • [Religion]. [Aviz] Bens da Ordem de Sam Bento de Avize, [ca. 1516-1825?]. Bound volume, containing numerous documents, mostly in Portuguese (maybe some Spanish). Rough translation of title is “Goods/Property of the Order of St. Benedict of Aviz” which is in Portugal, Portalegre District. (Mss 188).
  • [Religion]. Bain (Alan) Collection. Files regarding independent bishops. (ARC Mss 6).
  • [Religion]. Ballard (John / Jan) Collection. New Age/Communal and related mss, monographs, and serials. (ARC Mss 21).
  • [Religion]. Ballitore Family Papers, ca. 1605-1917 [bulk dates 1770-1859]. Mainly correspondence of the Irish Quaker Shackleton, Leadbeater, and Barrington families of Ballitore, Ireland. Includes material relating to Edmund Burke. (Mss 4).
  • [Religion]. Barton, James Levi. Correspondence, 1907-1908, between the Rev. James L. Barton of Boston and various missionary societies re foreign missions, particularly in China and other parts of the Far East. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Religion]. Belgian Congo Photograph Album, ca. 1890s-1900s. 80 b/w snapshots, a few with captions, including images of local inhabitants and activities, as well as Belgian missionaries, and other Europeans. (SC 842).
  • [Religion]. Bible Teachers’ Manual Collection, 1960s-1970s. 35 printed Bible Teachers’ (New York) manuals, with titles such as “Revelation for the End of the Gospel Age” and “Who May Know the Secrets of God.” (ARC Mss 60).
  • [Religion]. Bible Truth Publishers Collection, n.d. [ca. 1970s?]. 50+ small tracts by Bible Truth Publishers of Oak Park, Illinois, with titles such as “The Broken Safe,” “The Destiny of Man,” and “Which Church Saves?” (ARC Mss 44).
  • [Religion]. Bibles. Early examples, many with extensive illuminations, from the mid-13c, including the “Santa Barbara Bible” (ca. 1250), Biblia Latina (ca. 1297), Biblia sacra latina (1350); A Noble Fragment, being a Leaf of the Gutenberg Bible, 1450-1455 …; Coverdale Bible, 1535 (first complete bible in English; gift of C. Pardee Erdman); several other 15th-18th century bibles, and the Greek New Testaments Collection (primarily 16th-17th century). Also, some facsimile editions of early works and modern fine press editions such as the Doves Bible and the Pennyroyal Caxton Bible. Related manuscript holdings include the Isaac Foot Collection (with bible leaves, ca. 1530-1611), Medieval Manuscript Fragments (with leaves from bibles), and Original Leaves from Famous Bibles: Nine Centuries 1121-1935.
  • [Religion]. [Bibles]. Slotkin, Stanley. "Biblical Library of Stanley S. Slotkin," with 30 original leaves and accompanying printed text for 16th-18th century bibles and other religious works. Also, copies of articles about Slotkin, his collecting, and gifts. (SC 773).
  • [Religion]. Black-Jewish Information Center Press Releases, 1979-1983. (ARC Mss 38).
  • [Religion]. Bromley [David] Papers. Manuscript, typescript, and printed material relating to new religious movements. (ARC Mss 29).
  • [Religion]. Brotherhood of the Sun. One document (TD), declaration of Pam Shannon Wells re her membership in the Brotherhood of the Sun, Santa Barbara, California, 1977. (SC 37).
  • [Religion]. Brotherhood of the White Temple, Inc. Collection, ca. 1930s-1940s. More than 40 pamphlets printed by the Brotherhood of the White Temple, Inc. (Sedalia, Colorado), most by M. Doreal, with titles such as “Atlantis and Lemuria,” “Symbolism of the Great Seal of the United States,” and “Wisdom of the Kabbala.” (ARC Mss 57).
  • [Religion]. Burnell [George Edwin and Mary Lamoreaux] Collection, ca. 1890s-1960s. Includes typescripts of lecture series, pamphlets and other printed materials by Los Angeles area New Thought practitioners George Edwin Burnell and Mary Lamoreaux Burnell (founders of the Burnell Foundation), and Genevieve Burnell Forgey / Robinson. (ARC Mss 10).
  • [Religion]. California Gold Rush Sermons, ca. 1852-1863. 18 handwritten sermons and other theological notes by a Presbyterian minister, the Rev. Silas Solon Harmon, who established and maintained a church in Sonora, California from 1852 to 1863. The sermons generally focus on theological issues, emphasizing moral rectitude and only referring obliquely, at best, to the problems of the day. Harmon’s final sermon, “Farewell at Sonora,” dated May 3, 1863, however, reflects frankly and in detail on the often trying circumstances of establishing and maintaining a church in such a setting. (Wyles Mss 22).
  • [Religion]. Chandler [Russell] Collection, ca. 1960s-1990. About 300 files with correspondence, articles, newsletters, press releases, clippings, research notes, photographs, drafts and copies of Chandler’s own articles, and related materials, ca. 1960s-1990, with the bulk from the 1970s and 1980s when Chandler was a religion writer for the Los Angeles Times. The files are arranged alphabetically and include a mix of topics, people, and religious groups. Included are files such as: Abortion, Black Muslims, Capital Punishment, Christians in Government, Deprogramming, Doomsday Groups, Eastern Mystery Religions, Evolution/Creation, Jerry Falwell, Louis Farrakhan, Science and Religion, Sports as Folk Religion, Tax Exemptions, and Terrorism. (ARC Mss 2).
  • [Religion]. Chick Publications Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. 40+ small illustrated pamphlets by Jack T. Chick, with titles such as “Creator or Liar?” “The Passover Plot?” “This Was Your Life,” and “Is There Another Christ?” (ARC Mss 42).
  • [Religion]. Chicagoland Psychic Archives, 1964-1985. A project started in the fall of 1975 at Dr. J. Gordon Melton’s Institute for the Study of American Religions to gather materials relating to the large Chicago area community engaged in the study and practice of paranormal phenomena, including psychics, astrologers, readers, mediums, graphologists, ghosthunters, and devotees of the occult, nonconventional healing, UFOs, and parapsychology. The files contain newsletters, flyers and posters, newspaper articles, business cards, correspondence, promotional materials, and other relevant items. (ARC Mss 9).
  • [Religion]. Children of God Collection, 1970s. More than 100 pamphlets, flyers, and other printed pieces mainly by Moses David, with titles such as “Gaddafi! Earth’s Last Pharaoh?” “How to Survive War,” and “Exorcism,” and “Revolutionary Sex.” Also copies of Mo letters, as well as articles, reports, and other material about the Children of God. (ARC Mss 41).
  • [Religion]. China Missionary’s Diary, 1920. (Wyles SC 1034).
  • [Religion]. Christian Science Collection. Includes copies of early Christian Science serials. (ARC Mss 45).
  • [Religion]. Clifton [Charles S.] Collection. Editorial files, correspondence, and research files about pagan, witchcraft, ‘cult’ subjects. (ARC Mss 23).
  • [Religion]. Colombian Protestant Mission Photographs, 1929. 22 b/w snapshots, with inscriptions, mainly group photos, missionary families, and street scenes, most in or around Cali, Colombia. (Wyles SC 986).
  • [Religion]. Congregational Churches in the U.S. American Board Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Prudential Committee. Board minutes of regular meetings held in Boston, Massachusetts, 1848-1891. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Religion]. “Contador Esipiritual.” Disbound printed documents, first and second parts, 4 pp. Stamp of Bibliateca Particular. Cordoba (Spain), [ca. 1700s]. (SC 1009).
  • [Religion]. Continuing Church Movement Collection. Files from DeKoven Foundation of Ohio, Inc. pastor, Roderic B. Dibbert, re bishops connected with the ‘Continuing Church’ movement and some of the jurisdictions within the movement. (ARC Mss 33).
  • [Religion]. “Cottage Dialogues.” Parts 2 and 3: Nos. 111 and 130 of the Tract Society of the Medodist Episcopal Church. New York, ca. 1830s. (SC 1010).
  • [Religion]. Coughlin, Charles Edward. Flyer re Radio League of the Little Flower. Laid in Father Coughlin&rss Radio Discourses. Royal Oak, Michigan, [1932]. (SC 545).
  • [Religion]. Cruz [Ricardo] / Catolicos por la Raza Papers, 1967-1993  pdf icon. Correspondence, legal documents, transcripts, photographs, news clippings and ephemera of Cruz, a Chicano rights attorney during the Chicano Movement era and advocate for Latino poor people of the Los Angeles area. Founder of the controversial Católicos por la Raza, which demonstrated against the Catholic Church for its neglect of the Latino community. Also known for his successful legal battle against Los Angeles County’s forced sterilization of undocumented workers. (CEMA 28).
  • [Religion]. Cult Awareness Network (CAN) Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. Includes files (correspondence, clippings, articles) relating to hundreds of religious groups, as well as internal administrative, financial, and legal files of a cult watchdog group which ceased operations in the mid 1990s. (ARC Mss 19).
  • [Religion]. Cumberland Presbyterian Mission. One photo album, containing 19 black/white photographs with extensive captions, of the Cumberland Presbyterian Mission, at Kanazawa, Japan, 1906. Includes images of staff and grounds, girls at the school, Kanazawa street scenes, and a Buddhist monastery near Komoro. (Wyles SC 603).
  • [Religion]. Dohrman [Selina] Collection, ca. 1960s. Pamphlets, articles, typescripts, drawings, and other material relating to a range of religions acquired by Selina Dorhrman, a disciple of Karpal Singh. (ARC Mss 49).
  • [Religion]. Dole [William E.] Collection, 1708-1730. Two manuscript volumes representing the records of parishioners of the Church of San Bartolomeo in Apice, by Domen-Antonio Mazzucchi, Rectors and others. (Mss 146).
  • [Religion]. Dorchester Academy Photograph Album, ca. 1890s. Album, with 60+ b/w photos, taken by a missionary schoolteacher at the Dorchester Academy in the African American community at McIntosh, Liberty, County, Georgia, ca. 1890s. (Wyles Mss 104).
  • [Religion]. Ege, Otto F. “Original Leaves from Famous Bibles, Nine Centuries 1121-1935 A.D.” Broadside. Includes list of leaves contained in two separate series, issued in 1936 and 1938, by Otto F. Ege, Cleveland School of Art, lecturer on the history of the book, School of Library Science, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. (SC 991).
  • [Religion]. Estreletta Papers, ca. 1920s-1970. Three bound volumes relating to Christian mystic Ruth Robinson Starns, known as Estreletta, Keeper of the White Rose Grotto, as compiled by Bennett William Palmer. Included are correspondence to/from/about Estreletta, a biographical sketch by Palmer, a typescript autobiography by Estrelletta, as well as articles, clippings, and photographs. (ARC Mss 36).
  • [Religion]. Faith, Prayer and Tract League Collection, n.d. [ca. 1950s-1970s?]. 200+ small tracts published by the Faith, Prayer, and Tract League of Grand Rapids, Michigan, mainly in the Silent Evangelist and Scripture Postcard series, with titles such as “Born Again,” “Where Will You Spend Eternity?” and “Where Is Happiness?” (ARC Mss 43).
  • [Religion]. Fifth Annual International Conference on New Religions Collection, 1991. Mainly papers presented at the conference, held in Solvang, California, May 16-17, 1991. (ARC Mss 13).
  • [Religion]. Fosdick, Harry Emerson (1878-1969). One letter (TLS) from American clergyman Fosdick to Mrs. R[ita] Fikkert, thanking her for support of his “National Vespers” radio program. New York City, Oct. 2, 1941. (SC 413).
  • [Religion]. Foundation for Christian Living Collection, ca. 1950s-1980s. Approximately 700 printed tracts and pamphlets published by the Foundation for Christian Living, mainly by Norman Vincent Peale, with titles such as “Inner Strength to Match Outer Stress,” “Powerful Effect of Optimism,” and “What Are You Doing with Your Life?” (ARC Mss 54).
  • [Religion]. Fukui Holy Trinity Church Photograph Album, ca. 1930s. Photograph album, dedicated to the Rt. Rev. S. H. Nichols, Bishop of Kyoto Diocese, Japan, Feb. 2, 1941. 49 b/w photos, mainly 1930s, most with captions, including many of the Fukui Holy Trinity Church (Anglican), parish house, church members, chapel, kindergarten, children’s doll festival, boys’ dormitory and residents, several pastors and families, and snow scenes. The church continues to exist as of 2004. (Bernath Mss 101).
  • [Religion]. Geiger [Father Maynard] Oral History, 1975. Interviews with Father Geiger re his life, history of the Franciscan order and the Santa Barbara Mission, and Father Junipero Serra. Central Coast Regional Projects. (OH 40).
  • [Religion]. Gutman [Jeremiah] Papers. Attorney’s case files regarding lawsuits brought to court on behalf of the Unification Church and the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). (ARC Mss 30).
  • [Religion]. Hadden [Jeffrey] Papers, 1958-2000 [bulk dates 1977-2000]. Files (correspondence, financial and tax records, clippings, notes, website printouts, brochures, newsletters, mailings and other promotional literature) relating to various religious groups and leaders, mainly televangelists such Jim Bakker (PTL), Jerry Falwell, and Pat Robertson, assembled by Hadden, a professor of sociology at the University of Virginia, expert on New Religious Movements, and author/editor of numerous works, often focusing on televangelism in America. Accompanied by a related collection of books that have been cataloged separately. (ARC Mss 24).
  • [Religion]. Hall [Manly Palmer] Collection, ca. 1930s-1950s. 19 pamphlets by Manley Palmer Hall, many published by the Philosophical Research Society (Los Angeles), with titles such as “The Occult Anatomy of Man,” “The Riddle of the Rosicrucians,” and “The Sacred Magic of the Qabbalah.” (ARC Mss 58).
  • [Religion]. Institute of Cultural Affairs Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Includes articles, lectures, meeting handouts – some of which are copies of articles/writings by theologians such as Reinhold Niebuhr. (ARC Mss 5).
  • [Religion]. [Islam]. Wendell (Charles) Arabic Volumes, ca. 1800s-1900s. Seven bound manuscript and printed volumes in Arabic script, some illuminated by hand, including works on Islamic architecture and religion. (Mss 199).
  • [Religion]. Islamic Manuscripts Collection, ca. 1122-latter 1800s. Single and double leaves from previously disbound Islamic texts, written in many parts of the Islamic world, including Afghanistan, China, Egypt, Gulf States [Qajar], India, North Africa [Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia], Pakistan, Persia [Iran], Syria, and Turkey. There are four chronologically arranged series: History, Koran, Poetry, and Prayers. (Mss 207).
  • [Religion]. Jarvis, Samuel Farmer. Mainly bills and receipts, 1812-1849, of an East Coast Episcopal minister and theologian. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Religion]. Jenks, William. Letters, ca. 1806-1858, to Jenks, a prominent Congregational Minister and antiquarian, mostly about routine church matters. In: Nineteenth Century Americana Collection (Mss 2).
  • [Religion]. Jurgensmeyer [Mark] / Radhasoami Collection, ca. 1918-1980s [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. Pamphlets, articles, brochures, annual reports, and other printed materials (copies and originals) about the Radhasoami religious groups and leaders such as Kirpal Singh, Darshan Singh, and Faqir Singh, collected by UCSB professor Jurgensmeyer. Accompanying books have been cataloged separately. (ARC Mss 3).
  • [Religion]. Knights of Columbus Collection, ca. 1950-1961. 32 numbered pamphlets published by the Supreme Council, Knights of Columbus, Religious Information Bureau (St. Louis), with titles such as “The Infallible Church: Truth or Trickery,” “Is the Catholic Church a Menace to Democracy?” and “Let Us Judge Catholics by the Bible.” (ARC Mss 64).
  • [Religion]. Krishnamurti [U. G.] Collection, ca. 1970s-1990s. Mainly clippings and copies of articles (U.S. and India) videotapes, and audiotapes by and about the ‘anti-guri’ philosopher. (ARC Mss 22).
  • [Religion]. Kurdish Missionary Letters, 1851, 1853. Two letters (ALS), signed Roomiah, apparently affiliated with the American Bible Society, talking about printing the Old Testament in ‘ancient and modern’ languages, spreading the gospel to areas such as “the Nestorians of the Koordish mountains,’ and ongoing competition with French Catholic missionaries. (SC 864).
  • [Religion]. Leitner [Anthony U.] Memorial Collection. Papers and printed works, mainly about Tibetan Buddhism and various American Buddhist groups. (ARC Mss 15).
  • [Religion]. Living Stream Ministry Collection, ca. latter 1970s. Pamphlets and series of printed messages mainly by Witness Lee, published by Living Stream Ministry, Anaheim, California. Included are “Life-Study of Genesis,” “Life-Study of Matthew,” and Life-Study of Revelation.” (ARC Mss 40).
  • [Religion]. Lloyd, John William. One letter (ALS) to [Robert] Sweet re Lloyd’s writing and religious issues, Apr. 30, 1935. Laid in Lloyd’s Dawn-thought on the Reconciliation: A Volume of Pantheistic Impressions and Glimpses of Larger Religion (1904). (SC 602).
  • [Religion]. Lockman Foundation Collection, ca. 1930s-1976. Records of the Lockman Foundation, established by F. Dewey Lockman, including correspondence, photographs (b/w and color), photo albums/scrapbooks, audiotapes (open reel and audiocassettes), articles and clippings, and printed materials (copies of Amplified Bibles and New Testaments, New American Standard Bibles and New Testaments, in English and translation into other languages). (ARC Mss 14).
  • [Religion]. Lowrie [Amelia P] China Correspondence, 1852-1856. Eleven letters from American Presbyterian missionary Lowrie, from Canton and Shanghai, China, to Anna Dickenson, New York City. (Wyles SC 993).
  • [Religion]. Mark-Age Collection, 1960s-1980s. 42 printed self study courses and other pamphlets by Mark-Age (Miami and Fort Lauderdale, FL), most discussing Christ Consciousness, as channeled through Nada-Yolanda, with titles such as “Into the Fourth Dimension,” “Life in Our Solar System,” and “A New Heaven and a New Earth.” (ARC Mss 61).
  • [Religion]. McLeod, Norman [Rev.]. One letter (ALS) from a Congregationalist missionary , mainly about converting Mormons in the area to the First Church of Jesus Christ (Congregational), but getting no support from the church in the East. Salt Lake City, 25 Apr. 1865. (Wyles SC 141).
  • [Religion]. Medieval Manuscript Fragments Collection, 10th-18th centuries [bulk dates 12th-14th centuries]. Approximately 30 leaves or fragments from religious texts and scholarly notebooks, including bibles, scholastic notebooks, service and devotional books. (Mss 175).
  • [Religion]. Melton [J. Gordon] Papers, ca. 1960s-1990s. Mainly research files of Melton, prolific author of religious reference works and donor of much of UCSB’s American Religions Collection. Includes bibliographical, biographical, ISAR (Institute for the Study of American Religions), and legal files (mainly copies of depositions, testimony, and exhibits relating to cases for which Melton was asked to be an expert witness), publication files (copies of articles and papers, drafts of manuscripts, and some related correspondence), research files, mainly in support of writing projects such as the Encyclopedia of American Religions, Spiritual Frontier Fellowship files (Melton was a field rep in the early 1970s), and teaching files (course outlines and related material, mainly UCSB courses). (ARC Mss 20).
  • [Religion]. Merrill [Charles A.] Papers, ca. 1840s-1890s. Correspondence, manuscripts of letters to editors, sermons, financial records, Methodist ministerial and camp meeting flyers and pamphlets, essays, and poems of Merrill, a Methodist minister from Holyoke, Massachusetts. Includes letters of Merrill’s son Elmer T. Merrill to Merrill family members during his stay in Europe during the 1880s. Also, some materials regarding the temperance movement. Most items are from Massachusetts, especially the Springfield and Northampton areas. (Mss 59).
  • [Religion]. Methodist Itinerant System. Broadside, printed by John C. Totten, New York, [ca. early 1800s]. (SC 735).
  • [Religion]. Monaghan (Jay) Collection, ca. 1840s-1980 [bulk dates 1930s-1970s]. Appointment books, biographical, personal and family files, correspondence, research files, scrapbooks, speeches and lectures, writings (including ms drafts), photographs and illustrations of Jay Monaghan, a Lincoln, Civil War, and western history scholar, who wrote Australians and the Gold Rush: California and Down Under, 1849-1854, as well as Chile, Peru, and the California Gold Rush of 1849. Monaghan also played a major role in developing the William Wyles Collection at the UCSB Libraries. (Wyles Mss 20).
  • [Religion]. Moody (Margaret) Mbooni Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1927. Photographs of Kenya. (Bernath Mss 105).
  • [Religion]. Moral Re-Armament Collection, ca. 1940s-1960s. (ARC Mss 65).
  • [Religion]. "Mormonism Exposed." Pamphlet, with advertisements for other publications and products offered by the N.Y. Novelty Co., ca. 1896. (Wyles SC 484).
  • [Religion]. [Mormons]. Record of Missionary Labors. Bound ledger, with diary of activities in England, 1916-1918. (Wyles SC 159).
  • [Religion]. Morse Fellowship Collection. (ARC Mss 66).
  • [Religion]. Muster [Nori] Betrayal of the Spirit Collection. ISKCON related materials. (ARC Mss 28).
  • [Religion]. Penington, Mary (ca. 1623-1682). One document (ADS) from English Quaker and writer Mary Penington, to her grandchild or grandchildren, re family history and religious practices of the day, ca. latter 1600s. (SC 458).
  • [Religion]. Piediscalzi [Nicholas] Collection. Mainly reports, articles, and other printed materials re religion and public education issues, as well as notebooks and audio cassette sets pertaining to Lazaris, as channeled by Jach Pursel. (ARC Mss 16).
  • [Religion]. Primitive Baptist Association Annual Session Minutes, ca. 1940s-1960s. Printed annual session minutes for Primitive Baptist associations, arranged alphabetically by name of the association, located in several states including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. (ARC Mss 53).
  • [Religion]. Process Church of the Final Judgment Collection, ca. 1960s-1970s. Teaching and training materials, autobiography and diary of founder Robert de Grimson, correspondence, and other materials relating to the Process Church. (ARC Mss 63).
  • [Religion]. Puget Sound Christian Indian Mission Photograph Album, ca. 1961-1964. (Wyles Mss 129).
  • [Religion]. Radio Bible Class Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. 78 booklets published by the Radio Bible Class (Grand Rapids, MI), most by Richard W. De Haan, with titles such as “Eternal Destinations,” “The Other Side of Death,” and “The Time of Christ’s Return.” (ARC Mss 59).
  • [Religion]. Ramey [Louise] Collection. (ARC Mss 12).
  • [Religion]. Ramtha Collection, 1991-2004. Audio and video recording of the teachings of the spirit Ramtha, channeled by JZ Knight. (ARC Mss 26).
  • [Religion]. Roach (Charles A.) African Photograph Collection, 1943. Photograph album with 88 black/white images, plus 67 other loose photographs, many with captions, most taken by Rev. Charles A. Roach on a bicycle trip from Durban to Cairo in 1943, on the way back to his parish in Iraq, where he was Baghdad Chaplain and Oil Company Chaplain from 1939 to 1946. Includes images of local men, women, and children, hospitals, schools, churches and fellow clergy, residences, roads, and scenic views through South Africa, Belgian Congo, Rwanda, Kenya (Nairobi), Uganda (Kampala), and Sudan. Roach, an inveterate long distance cyclist, later developed a lecture/slide show based on his African journey. (Bernath Mss 119).
  • [Religion]. Rowny [J. F.] Press Records, ca. 1912-1967. Records of the Santa Barbara-based J. F. Rowny Press, publishers of works on religion and metaphysics. Includes incoming/and some outgoing correspondence (arranged alphabetically), financial records, galleys and typescript drafts of submissions for publication, and some miscellaneous files, including pamphlets and flyers from other authors and publishers of similar kinds of material. (Printers Mss 12).
  • [Religion]. Santa Barbara Parapsychology Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Newsletters, magazines, catalogs, flyers, articles, records of experiments, correspondence, subject files, and other material, mainly printed, collected by Santa Barbara resident Dr. David T. Phillips and primarily pertaining to parapsychology-related groups, studies, and issues in Santa Barbara, southern California, and elsewhere in the U.S. (ARC Mss 48).
  • [Religion]. Shupe [Anson D.] Collection, ca. 1969-1982. Mainly correspondence, research files, and printed material collected by Shupe, re the Goddian Movement, founded by Lawrence A. Whitten. (ARC Mss 32).
  • [Religion]. Society for Pragmatic Mysticism Collection, ca. 1970s. Mainly printed pamphlets and lectures by Mildred Mann. (ARC Mss 35).
  • [Religion]. Soka Gakkai International (SGI) Collection, ca. 1990s. Pamphlets, brochures, newsletters, and other printed material by and about Soka Gakkai International (SGI). (ARC Mss 37).
  • [Religion]. Southern Baptist Missionary at Yingtak [China] Photograph Collection, ca. 1910. 44 black and white photos, captions in English on reverse, perhaps taken by a Rev. or Mrs. Saunders, who seemingly were Southern Baptist missionaries in South China, teaching at a school of academy in Yingtak (Kwangtung Province). Includes images of the school, schoolchildren, missionary families, local scenery, buildings, street scenes, local men, women and children in everyday activities, homes, agricultural activities, temples, rivers and boats. (SC 944).
  • [Religion]. Southern Methodist Mission in Japan Photograph Album, ca. 1935. Album, sponsored by missionaries Sam Hilburn and Weyman Huckabee, showing work being done by the mission [Hiroshima]. (Wyles SC 578).
  • [Religion]. [Spanish Inquisition]. Four printed variants of a 23 Feb. 1813 decree, in Spanish, abolishing the Spanish Inquisition tribunals and describing the system to succeed them. Cadiz, Spain, 1813. (SC 736).
  • [Religion]. Spanish Inquisition Collection. 270+ printed items from the early 1500s and later, including original documents and later studies relating to the Spanish Inquisition. Each item cataloged separately.
  • [Religion]. Spanish Inquisition Document, 1843. Eight page document (AD) re abolition of the inquisition. (SC 1082).
  • [Religion]. Spanish Inquisition Documents, 1616-1816. Mainly records of pensions and property confiscated as part of the Inquisition and appeals to the crown by Jewish citizens requesting protection from discrimination and just access to jobs and professions in society, most from the Kingdom of Mallorca and predominantly the city of Palma. (Mss 118).
  • [Religion]. Stockton [Bayard] Collection, ca. latter 1980s-early 1990s. Mainly drafts of Stockton’s book, Catapult: The Biography of Robert A. Monroe (1989), and correspondence and material about Monroe and the Monroe Institute. Also, a sizeable collection of audiotapes, many issued by the Monroe Institute, as well as some non-commercial tapes of interviews, conversations, and reflections by people associated with the Monroe Institute. (ARC Mss 17).
  • [Religion]. Swedenborg and New Jerusalem Church Pamphlet Collection, ca. 1826-1898. (ARC Mss 50).
  • [Religion]. Unity School of Christianity Collection, ca. 1950s-1980s. 150+ pamphlets and tracts published by the Unity School of Christainity (Missouri). (ARC Mss 46).
  • [Religion]. UCSB, Student Organizations Collection, ca. 1935-2001 [bulk dates 1960s-1980s]. The collection contains mainly flyers and posters for events, issues of interest, meetings, etc. for student organizations, clubs, and groups. Includes files on ethnic, GLBT, women’s, political & protest, religious & spiritual groups. Some files on Isla Vista, including student services, events, and groups not directly affiliated with the university but formed by students, are included, as well as files on student protests, including the bank burning and Vietnam War. (UArch 101).
  • [Religion]. Warder [Michael] Collection, ca. late 1960s-1980s. Files relating to Michael Warder’s participation in the Unification Church, mainly as editor of the New York based newspaper News World. Included are legal files relating to various activities of the church and its tax exempt status. (ARC Mss 31).
  • [Religion]. Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society Collection, ca. 1940s-1970s. Tracts and pamphlets by the Jehovah’s Witnesses publishers, with titles such as: “End of Axis Powers,” “God and State,” and “Refugees.” (ARC Mss 62).
  • [Religion]. White [Nelson H.] Papers, 1969-1999 [bulk dates 1980-1995]. Collected self-published works on ceremonial magic by Nelson H. White of Technology Group publications. Collection includes some unpublished material. (ARC Mss 25).
  • [Religion]. Wilson-McAdoo Collection, ca. 1859-1967. Includes material relating to Margaret Wilson’s stay at Sri Aurobindo’s ashram in India, from the late 1930s to early 1940s. (Bernath Mss 18).
  • [Religion]. Word of Grace Collection, ca. 1970. 59 pamphlets by Duane Edward Spencer, based on radio messages from the Word of Grace program (San Antonio, Texas), intended to aid in the study of key words of Scripture. (ARC Mss 47).
  • [Religion]. World Church of God Collection, ca. late 1960s-1980s. Materials by and about the World Church of God, its operations, and its leaders Herbert W. Armstrong and Garner Ted Armstrong. Included are correspondence, conference files, court records, magazine and newspaper articles, memoranda, newsletters, notes, sermons, and subject files. (ARC Mss 4).
  • [Religion]. World Prophetic Ministry, Inc. Collection, 1960s-1970s. 56 numbered pamphlets in the Fruitful Life Series, with individual titles, by Howard C. Estep, President of the World Prophetic Ministry, Inc. (Colton, California). (ARC Mss 39).
  • [Religion]. Worldwide Church of God Collection. (ARC Mss 4).
  • [Religion]. Zeiger [Robert S.] Papers. Files of Zeiger, a bishop with the Old Catholic movement. (ARC Mss 18).
  • [Religion]. Zion Research Library. Four lists of new books (mainly religious) at the Zion Research Library [Brookline, Mass.], 1932, and one printed document re terms of use for the library, n.d. Laid in Zion Research Library, Catalogue of the Zion Research Library [ARC Z7755.B87 1930]. (SC 588).
  • Religious Leaders of America Collection, ca. 1970s-1980s. Research files used by J. Gordon Melton while compiling his book Religious Leaders of America: A Biographical Guide to Founders and Leaders of Religious Bodies, Churches, and Spiritual Groups in North America, first published in 1991. The files, which are arranged alphabetically by the person’s name, contain correspondence, photocopied clippings, writings, and other materials by and about the religious leaders and their groups. Research files compiled by J. Gordon Melton for his book Religious Leaders of America. (ARC Mss 7).
  • [Remarque, Erich Maria]. Steinhauer [Harry] Papers, ca. 1928-1959. Correspondence and related materials of Steinhauer, Professor of German in the UCSB Department of Foreign Languages, with Max Barthel, Hermann Hesse, H. L. Mencken, Erich Maria Remarque, George Bernard Shaw, and Fritz von Unruh. (UArch FacP 19).
  • Reppert, B. B. B. [U.S. Infantry Colored, 83rd Regiment, Company D]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his cousin. Huntersville, Arkansas, 10 July 1865. (Wyles SC 433).
  • Republican Congressional Committee. One printed document [incomplete], "Investigation of Public Printing," the minority view submitted by Mr. King, Chairman of the Subcommittee charging, among other things, that “moneys drawn from the public treasury under color of law, ostensibly to pay for executive printing and binding, have been disposed of for personal and party purposes, by arrangements made upon consultations in which the highest public functionaries in the administration of the government have participated…” Submitted, May 31, 1860. (Wyles SC 86).
  • Republican State Committee – Massachusetts. Seven printed items, including notices, instructions, and electoral slate, 1880. (SC 256).
  • Reynolds, Elon G. One printed Civil War broadside, “Standard—Extra. Hillsdale, November 7, 1863…,“ giving names [including Reynolds] of those drawn in the Hillsdale Co. [MI] draft. This copy from the family of Reynolds. (Wyles SC 706).
  • Reynolds [Joseph Smith]. Civil War diary, 1862, of a Union officer with the 64th Illinois Vol., Co. F., who graduated from high school in Chicago in July 1861, enlisted the next month, took part in 17 battles, was wounded in action three times, and was promoted several times, from 2nd lieutenant to brev. brigadier-general of volunteers by 1865. He later became a lawyer and public official. (Wyles SC 307).
  • [Rhode Island]. Jackson, James B. [Civil War Union Private, 1st Rhode Island Detached Militia, Company K]. Photocopies of 11 letters (ALS) to his mother, 1861. (Wyles SC 539).
  • Rhode Island Artillery. 3rd Regiment. One document (AD): Roster, 1 Jan. 1864. (Wyles SC 538).
  • Rhyolite, Nevada Mining Photograph Album, ca. 1906. (Wyles Mss 160).
  • Rice, George Edward. One letter (ALS) to Epes Sargent, re book he is sending (Ephemera), 27 Nov. 1852. (SC 248).
  • Rice, James C. [Colonel, New York State (Infantry?), 44th Regiment]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to Erastus Corning. New York, 5 Dec. 1862. (Wyles SC 362).
  • Rice [John A.] Asia Photograph Album, ca. 1927-1961 [bulk date 1932]. 117 black/white photos, with handwritten captions at end of album, of the travels of American seaman John A. Rice. Includes images of Japan, China (Shanghai), Hong Kong, and Philippines, most apparently ca. 1932. (Bernath Mss 337).
  • Rich [Blanche Browning] Collection. 1,400 Edison Blue Amberol cylinder recordings and 6,400 Edison Diamond Discs, all unplayed dealer stock. (PA 2002-005, PA 2002-006).
  • [Rich, Ednah]. Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Photographs, 1913. Four b/w photos and copies (various sizes), showing Miss Ednah A. Rich, President of the State Normal School, being presented with a spike maul, which she used to drive the golden spike at the end of the Normal School Extension of the Santa Barbara & Suburban Railway, Nov. 6, 1913. (SC 844).
  • [Rich, Ednah]. UCSB, History and Antecedents Collection, 1880-2004. Includes series on Ednah A. Rich (later Ednah Rich Morse), who was principal of the Anna S. C. Blake Manual Training School and the first president of the Santa Barbara State Normal School of Manual Arts and Home Economics. (UArch 100).
  • Richman, Irving Berdine. One letter (ALS) to [?] Bryce, re book Richman has written, 29 Oct. 1911. Laid in Richman, California under Spain and Mexico (1911). (Wyles SC 480).
  • Richter [Jean Paul] / Leonardo da Vinci Biography, 1884. Two-volume holographic manuscript on the life of Leonardo da Vinci, French translation of Jean Paul Richter’s Leonardo (1880 edition in English), likely done by his wife Louise. (Mss 194).
  • Ricketts, Ben. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his sister. Fort Marshall [Baltimore, MD], 14 May 1862. (Wyles SC 189).
  • [Ricketts, Charles S.]. Editor Paul Delaney’s working archive of Ricketts’ Pages from a Diary in Greece, published by Tragara Press in 1978. Includes typescript of author’s text and editor’s introduction and notes, with holograph corrections, deletions and additions; complete corrected galleys; and incomplete page proofs. Ricketts (1866-1931) was an English painter and author, editor of The Dial, and proprietor of the Vale Press. (SC 642).
  • Ridland [John] Collection, ca. 1957-1999. Contains material relating to Santa Barbara area poets and presses, including ephemera and other items laid in printed works; Isla Vista items relating to the troubles of 1970 and including a piece by Ridland entitled "Eyes and Ears on Isla Vista: An Unpublished Review from 1970"; and files as faculty advisor of the UCSB student publication, Spectrum. (SBHC Mss 47).
  • Riedel, Peter. Typescript manuscript of "Training in Plantsmanship." Santa Barbara, California, 1941. (SC 257).
  • Rieffel [Aristide] Collection, 1873-1943. Primarily correspondence and writings [in French] of French philosopher, social scientist, journalist and inventor Rieffel, who spent his last years in Santa Barbara. (Mss 153).
  • Ripley, D., Sr. (Rev.), et al. One document [ADS], letter of recommendation to the Christian Commission. Wesleyville, [PA?], 8 July 1864. (Wyles SC 190).
  • Ripley, J[ames] W. [Civil War Union General]. One letter (ALS), 1837, and two Civil War telegraph messages, 1861. (Wyles SC 191).
  • Ritchie [Ward] Collection, ca. 1975-1993. A collection of 34 of Ward Ritchie’s Laguna Verde imprints with some correspondence laid in, and related ephemera, including a handwritten list of imprints through no. 24, a newspaper article about Ritchie, and a matted black and white print of Ritchie. A more detailed description of imprints through no. 27 may be found in Ward Ritchie’s Laguna Verde Imprenta: 1975-1987. The imprints have been cataloged individually. (SC 1079).
  • Ritzer, Monika. One letter (TLS), in German, to UCSB Prof. Richard Exner re her writing. Furth, 3 Mar. 1989. Laid in Ritzer’s Hermann Broch und die Kulturkrise… [Spec PT2603.R657 Z83 1988]. (SC 694).
  • Rivenburg, H. H. [Private, Pennsylvania Infantry, 143rd Regiment (Vol), Company B]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to family re battle news and work in the hospital, filling prescriptions and other duties. Hospital, Camp near Bell Plain, Virginia, 29 Mar. 1863. (Wyles SC 410).
  • Roach (Charles A.) African Photograph Collection, 1943. Photograph album with 88 black/white images, plus 67 other loose photographs, many with captions, most taken by Rev. Charles A. Roach on a bicycle trip from Durban to Cairo in 1943, on the way back to his parish in Iraq, where he was Baghdad Chaplain and Oil Company Chaplain from 1939 to 1946. Includes images of local men, women, and children, hospitals, schools, churches and fellow clergy, residences, roads, and scenic views through South Africa, Belgian Congo, Rwanda, Kenya (Nairobi), Uganda (Kampala), and Sudan. Roach, an inveterate long distance cyclist, later developed a lecture/slide show based on his African journey. (Bernath Mss 119).
  • Roach (Charles A.) Photograph Albums, 1938, 1948. Two albums, b/w photographs, of the travels of the Rev. Roach: 1938 (bicycling to Bucharest, with images of Cracow (and other parts of Poland), Czechoslovakia, Dobšina ice caves, Budapest, Jewish population at Puspokladany, Huedin, Roma (“gypsies”) in Romania, Orlat, farms, Brasov, Ploesh, Bucharest, the Danube, Venice, and England) and 1948 (Norwegian holiday, with images of Stockholm, Oslo, Lillehammer, Gjendesheim, hiking and mountain climbing, Sulheim manor, traditional dress, Naevodalen, Voss, farming, Osterbo, and Steinberdalen). (Bernath Mss 290).
  • Robbins [Thomas S.] Collection, 1855. Five documents (ADS), relating claims on the estate of an early Santa Barbara resident. (SC 751).
  • Roberts, Oran Milo [Governor of Texas, 1879-1883]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to C. H. Randolph re financial matters. Tyler, Texas, 24 May 1861. (Wyles SC 470).
  • Roberts [Tom] Collection, ca. 1982. Writings, mainly poetry broadsides and handmade booklets, along with a clipping about Roberts, “The Puppet Man,” who lived in Isla Vista ca. 1982. Special Collections also has copies of his books. (SC 769).
  • Robertson [Alfred W.] Papers, ca. 1913-1979 [bulk dates 1934-1959]. Biographical files, correspondence, documents, clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and sound recordings of a leading California State Assembly member from Santa Barbara, responsible for introducing and leading support of a bill to authorize transfer of Santa Barbara State College to the University of California system. Robertson Gym is named after him. He also authored a bill limiting development of coastal oil drilling, and led a movement to reform the California state constitution. (Mss 106).
  • Robinson [Charles Leonard Frost] World Tour Journal, 1906-1907. (Wyles SC 974).
  • Robinson, George F. S. (1827-1909). One letter (ALS) to Mr. Field from Chairman of joint High Commission on Alabama depredations in the Civil War, re treaty settling Alabama claims. Washington, [D.C.], 10 May 1871. (Wyles SC 194).
  • [Robinson, Heath]. One letter (TLS), an aerogramme from [?] Dent of J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., Publishers, to John Coulthard of San Francisco, re Heath Robinson who had illustrated a number of children’s books for Dent. London, 23 August 1962. (SC 403).
  • Robinson Collection, ca. 1739-1931. Correspondence, financial, legal, and religious materials pertaining to a number of apparently unrelated individuals and organizations, primarily from Massachusetts and other parts of the eastern seaboard, from the mid-18th to the early-20th centuries. Some documents in the collection are from the Revolutionary War and Civil War periods. Surnames represented in the collection include: Blatchford, Coates, Cohen, D’Wolf, Hosmer, Lyons, Nathans, Ogden, Stirling, Tilton, and Wells (Welles). Included in the collection are two slave documents (a bill of sale, 1819, and a bill of hire, n.d.). Also, 18th and 19th century correspondence and other items from Great Britain, and 19th century correspondence in German (much of it from the U.S.). Items apparently were collected for autographs, and in some cases have been cut from larger documents. (Wyles Mss 12).
  • Robinson, Solon. One handwritten letter (ALS) from Robinson, to Gershom Flagg, re problems with a book order. Crown Point, Lake County, Indiana, Dec. 23, 1846. (SC 922).
  • Robitscher [Jonas B.] Papers, 1966-1982. Some correspondence but mainly Robitscher’s writings, primarily on psychiatry and the law. (HPA Mss 31).
  • Roche, Pierre. Two letters (ALS), in French, with English translations, from French sculptor Roche to Cornelia B. Tafe, Director of the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 1916, 1917. (SC 246).
  • Rodin, A[uguste] (1840-1917). Two printed announcements in French: exhibit opening, 1900, and third anniversary of the death of Eugène Carrière, 1909. (SC 525).
  • Rodríguez (Patricia) Collection. Materials of the Chicana artist and muralist. (CEMA 67).
  • Rogers [Alexander] Collection, ca. 1861-1862. Civil War era receipts, essays, notes, poems, and obituary notice of a soldier with the Ohio Volunteers, 66th Regiment. (Wyles SC 467).
  • [Rogers, Bruce]. Emancipation Proclamation. Copy designed by Bruce Rogers, n.d. (Wyles SC 809).
  • Rogers [Bruce] Collection, ca. 1920-1954. Correspondence from the internationally renowned typographer and designer, to Fred Rudge, Melvin Loos, and others, as well as manuscript and proofs of Rogers’ Paragraphs on Printing (William E. Rudge’s Sons, 1943), and other design items. Also, copies of many of the more than 500 books designed by him. (Printers Mss 16).
  • [Rogers, Carl]. Greening, Thomas. Articles, lists and index; correspondence to and from Carl Rogers re Journal of Humanistic Psychology; correspondence to and from Bertha Maslow re Abe Maslow article in Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1971-1982. (HPA SC 47).
  • [Rogers, Carl]. Lasser, Eric. Correspondence and leaflets re Carl Rogers and personal issues, ca. 1985-1989. (HPA SC 76).
  • [Rogers, Carl]. Nuttin, Joseph. Correspondence (photocopies) to and from Carl Rogers, 1962-1966. (HPA SC 92).
  • [Rogers, Carl]. Zucconi [Alberto] Oral History. Interviews re Carl Rogers and client centered therapy in Europe. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 2).
  • Rogers [Carl] Oral History. Interviews with client-centered psychotherapist Rogers, former students and associates such as John Schlien and Alberto Zucconi. Humanistic psychology project. (OH 2).
  • Rogers [Carl R.] Collection, 1902-1990. Select papers of Carl R. Rogers; records from his association with the Center for the Studies of the Person, a group he co-founded; and reprint articles from the Carl Rogers Memorial Library. Also, an extensive audio collection of Rogers’s and other CSP members’ lectures and seminars. (HPA Mss 32).
  • Rojas (Arnold R.) Papers, ca. 1964. Corrected typescript, galley and page proofs for Rojas’ The Vaquero, published by McNally and Loftin, Charlotte and Santa Barbara, 1964. Rojas also wrote several other works on the California vaqueros. (SC 715).
  • Rojo [Charles] Papers. Materials relating to the Chicano musician. (CEMA 91).
  • Rollins, G. P. One letter (ALS) to C. G. Pervear of East Andover N.H. re political squabble. United States Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., 27 Feb. 1878. (Wyles SC 479).
  • Romaine (Lawrence B.) Trade Catalog Collection, ca. 1850-1968. More than 40,000 items that Romaine collected and which are arranged along the lines of his published guide. Primarily 19th and early 20th century American trade and advertising literature, with large sections relating to subjects such as agriculture, architecture, booksellers, building materials, department stores, electrical equipment, hardware, printers’ supplies, scientific and industrial instruments, and seed catalogs. Also, related records for Romaine’s bookselling business, Weathercock House. (Mss 107).
  • [Romania]. Roach (Charles A.) Photograph Albums, 1938, 1948. Two albums, b/w photographs, of the travels of the Rev. Roach: 1938 (bicycling to Bucharest, with images of Cracow (and other parts of Poland), Czechoslovakia, Dobšina ice caves, Budapest, Jewish population at Puspokladany, Huedin, Roma (“gypsies”) in Romania, Orlat, farms, Brasov, Ploesh, Bucharest, the Danube, Venice, and England) and 1948 (Norwegian holiday, with images of Stockholm, Oslo, Lillehammer, Gjendesheim, hiking and mountain climbing, Sulheim manor, traditional dress, Naevodalen, Voss, farming, Osterbo, and Steinberdalen). (Bernath Mss 290).
  • Romania [Slatina] Photograph Album, ca. 1939-1943. (SC 980).
  • Romney, George. One letter (ALS) from portrait painter Romney to John [?], re commissions he is working on or has refused, 1794. Laid in William Hayley’s The Life of George Romney (Chicester, 1809). (SC 492).
  • Rood, Amos D. [Lieutenant, Wisconsin Infantry, 7th Regiment (Vol), Co. K.]. Reminiscences derived from Civil War diaries, 1861-1866. Written ca. 1906. (Wyles SC 514).
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor. One letter (TLS), appeal for support of the United Nations Fund, signed by Eleanor Roosevelt and Ralph J. Bunche. New York, 17 Nov. 1950. (SC 260).
  • “The Roosevelt Fonetic Spelling Book,” 1906. One printed pamphlet, with introduction by President Theodore Roosevelt and list of 300 words spelled phonetically, as arranged by the Simplified Spelling Board and Adopted by the U.S. Government. (SC 1109).
  • Roosevelt [Franklin Delano] Portrait, ca. 1930s. Engraving, inscribed by FDR, to Alexander Weinstein. (SC 932).
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. One signed black and white photograph. Portrait by Harriss & Ewing, photographers, ca. early 1940s. (SC 786).
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Ten pieces of presidential campaign literature, 1936. (SC 506).
  • [Roosevelt, Theodore]. “The Roosevelt Fonetic Spelling Book,” 1906. One printed pamphlet, with introduction by President Theodore Roosevelt and list of 300 words spelled phonetically, as arranged by the Simplified Spelling Board and Adopted by the U.S. Government. (SC 1109).
  • Roosevelt, Theodore. One letter (TLS) to Mrs. Mary E. Gardiner, thanking her for kind words, on Republican State Committee letter head. New York, 17 Nov. 1898. Also a program for memorial services of Roosevelt, 9 Feb. 1919. (SC 261).
  • Root, Elihu. One letter (TLS) to J. E. Gay, Union League Club, re promotion of a Col. Wheelan. War Department, Washington, [D.C.], 9 Nov. 1901. (SC 262).
  • Root, Frank A. One letter (TL), carbon, to Brentano’s, Inc. of Chicago, re copy of his book The Overland Stage to California and his earlier life. Topeka, Kansas, June 8, 1925. (SC 353).
  • Rosecrans, W. S. [Civil War Union General]. Two letters (ALS) and one telegraph message. Washington, D.C., July 1882. (Wyles SC 196).
  • Rosenberg-Rand Institute of Integrative Body Psychotherapy (Santa Monica, CA). Newsletter, flyers, and clippings, ca. 1985-1988. (HPA SC 105).
  • Ross, L. S. [Brig. Gen.]. Copy of Civil War document [ADS], communications with Major McKee re surrender of Fort Redoubt [Pensacola, FL]. Yazoo City [MS], 5 Mar. 1864. (Wyles SC 659).
  • Rossetti, Christina (1830-1894). English poet. Holdings include Poems (1866) [Spec PR5237.A1 1866], A Pageant, and Other Poems (1881) [Spec PR5237.P3 1881], Monna Innominata (1899) [Spec PR5237.M6], and The Poetical Works of Christina Georgina Rossetti (1914) [Spec PR5237.A47 1914]. Fine press edition of Poems (1910) with illustrations by Florence Harrison [Spec PR5237.A1 1910a vault]. Additionally, a Rossetti poem has been set to music and sung by Marian Anderson on the 78 rpm recording Lullaby (1947) [PA Victor 10-1260].
  • Rothschild, Nathan Meyer. One document (ADS), authorization to Rothschild Brothers, Paris, to pay Mr. J. Davis £120. London, 16 Apr. 1822. (SC 263).
  • Roxbury City Guard, Co. D. Mounted photograph of an 1861 drawing showing the company in formation, next to log cabin barracks. (Wyles SC 731).
  • Rowny [J. F.] Press Records, ca. 1912-1967. Records of the Santa Barbara-based J. F. Rowny Press, publishers of works on religion and metaphysics. Includes incoming/and some outgoing correspondence (arranged alphabetically), financial records, galleys and typescript drafts of submissions for publication, and some miscellaneous files, including pamphlets and flyers from other authors and publishers of similar kinds of material. (Printers Mss 12).
  • Roxburghe and Zamorano Club Keepsakes, ca. 1972-1974. Items from joint meetings of the San Francisco and Los Angeles book collector clubs. (SC 780).
  • Roxburghe Club Collection, ca. 1928-1980. Printed announcements, invitations, keepsakes, membership lists, notices, and other printed items, ca. 1928-1980, produced by various members of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, including Lewis and Dorothy Allen, Arion Press (Andrew Hoyem), Grabhorn Press (Edwin and Robert Grabhorn), Grabhorn-Hoyem, Grace Hoper Press (Sherwood Grover), Lawton and Alfred Kennedy, John Henry Nash, Tamalpais Press (Roger Levenson), and Adrian Wilson Press. (Printers Mss 17).
  • Royal Australian Air Force World War II Photograph Collection, ca. 1943-1946. Album and loose b/w snapshots and commercial photos, mainly taken by a member of the allied forces towards the end of, and immediate aftermath of World War II. 200+ images, including local population of Kiriwina (Papua New Guinea), Labuan (Malaysian island), war cemeteries, military personnel and camps, destruction caused by war, and life in Japan in 1946, with scenes of Tokyo and daily activities there. (Bernath Mss 170).
  • Royal Chicano Air Force Archives, 1973-1988. Extensive collection of slides and silkscreen prints, along with administrative records, news clippings, correspondence, exhibition descriptions and flyers, photographs, creative writings, and miscellaneous publications of the Sacramento-based artists collective. Founding members of the RCAF include José Montoya, Esteban Villa, Juanishi V. Orosco, Ricardo Favela, and Rudy Cuellar. (CEMA 8).
  • Rudge Chapbook Archive, 1978-1985. Correspondence, research files, drafts, artwork, proofs, and other material relating to the publication of Typophiles Chapbook 57: William J Glick, William Edwin Rudge (New York: Typophiles, 1984). Hobart O. Skofield, former Rudge associate and creator of the UCSB Printers Collection, worked extensively with Glick on the project. (Printers Mss 9).
  • Rudge [William Edwin III] Oral History. (OH 80).
  • [Rudge]. William Edwin Rudge [Firm] Collection, ca. 1903-1983 [bulk dates 1940s-1950s]. Business records and personal papers of William E. Rudge, his family, his printing firm, and associates. (Printers Mss 2).
  • Ruhge [Justin] Collection, ca. 1970s-2001. Primarily research files relating to Santa Barbara and Goleta history. (SBHC Mss 27).
  • Rusk, Dean. One letter (TLS) to Hamilton Von Breton re regional foreign policy conferences. Washington, [D.C.], 14 Jan. 1963. (SC 264).
  • Ruskin, John (1819-1900). English writer. Holdings include Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin (1862) [Printers Z239.2.S54 R8], The Harbours of England (1895) [Spec PR5261.H37 1895], Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain (1901) [Spec HD8390.R925 1871a], and the miniature book Some Sayings from the Works of John Ruskin (1908) [Spec PR5252.D56 1908]. Fine press editions of The King of the Golden River printed by William Edwin Rudge (1930) [Printers Z239.R8 R9 1930 vault] and with illustrations by Arthur Rackham (1932) [Spec PR5256.A1 1932], and The Contemptible Horse (1962) by Adagio Press [Printers Z239.A23 R9].
  • Russell, D[avid] A. [Civil War Union General]. One Civil War letter (ALS) to his mother and sister re advance of the Army of the Potomac. Camp Smith, Virginia, [ca. 1861-1865]. (Wyles SC 197).
  • [Russia]. Aladdin Stereographs: Japan and Russia, 1901-1905. Boxed set of 42 Aladdin stereographs of Japan (including Japanese in Manchuria) and Russia, with printed captions in English. (Bernath Mss 86).
  • [Russia]. Alejo Petrowitz Czarewitz…and Don Carlos de Austria, ca. early 1700s. Two manuscripts, same handwriting, bound together; the first about Alexis Petrovich, son of Peter the Great of Russia, who died in prison in 1718; the second about Don Carlos, son of Philip II of Spain and Maria of Portugal, who was mentally unstable, imprisoned by his father in 1568, and died shortly thereafter. (Mss 191).
  • [Russia]. Allen [W. G.] Vladivostock, Russia Collection, 1898-1899. (Bernath Mss 261).
  • [Russia]. Astrinsky Family Yiddish – East European Postcard Album, ca. 1900-1924. Photograph album in a customized box labeled with the family name Astrinsky. The album contains 53 postcards, some in color, depicting a variety of people and places with messages handwritten in Yiddish. Many are from areas in Eastern Europe including such locales as Warsaw and Białystok. Captions are in Russian, Polish, Yiddish, and German. Other cards feature locations in the U. S. such as Niagara Falls, Yellowstone National Park, and Santa Barbara, California. A number of the cards are addressed to a Mr. J. Astrinsky in Brooklyn, New York. There are also a handwritten (in Yiddish) note laid in and three handwritten documents (in Yiddish) tipped in. (Bernath Mss 108).
  • [Russia]. “Battle of Petropavlovsk and Escape of the Kamchatka Squadron of Admiral Zavoiko,” by V. Berezovski (St. Petersburg, 1898), translated from the Russian by Nicolai H. Hiller, 1942. (SC 1003).
  • [Russia]. Berends Family Papers, 1790s-early 1900s. Mainly pertaining to Russian diplomat Axel de Berends and his career, latter 19th century, in Brazil, Stockholm, and Madrid. Majority of letters and documents in Russian. Also notes and documents re research into history of the family [de Berends / von Berends]. (Bernath Mss 230).
  • [Russia]. Emerson (George Harrington) / Russian Railway Service Corps Collection, 1917-1919. (Bernath Mss 374).
  • [Russia]. German World War II Russian Front Photograph Album, ca. 1941. (Bernath Mss 190).
  • [Russia]. Hiller Family Papers, 1851-1960s. Typescript carbon of “A Leaf from My Experiences in Siberia and How I Got There,” by Henry W. Hiller, describing his life 1851-1861 as cabin boy aboard the whaler Maria Theresa, the Crimean War, and trip to Siberia and back. Also, typescript of his wife’s “Letters of Liuboff M. Hiller: Translated from Russian to English,” mainly letters to her from family and friends, most from Russia, 1861-1914. Both volumes apparently transcribed, typed, and some footnotes added by unknown party in the 1960s. (Mss 273).
  • [Russia]. India and Ceylon Photograph Album, ca. 1900. 241 hand-colored photographs with captions in Russian, including scenes of Agra (including Taj Mahal) and Kandy, Ceylon. (Bernath Mss 250).
  • [Russia]. Japan, Irkutsk (Siberia), and Manchuria Photograph Collection, 1901-1902. Eleven b/w photos, most with captions on the back, including scenes of Japanese rickshaws and people, Japanese station and hotel, orthodox church and museum in Irkutsk, horse and cart carrying firewood, and railway water tower in Manchuria. (SC 833).
  • [Russia]. Kamchatka Photograph Album, ca. 1894. 24 mounted black/white photographs of the Kamchatka Peninsula and the Bering Sea, with captions in Russian. Includes images of the visit of a Russian naval ship, as well as two other ships, the H.M.S. Daphne and the U.S.S. Petrel. In 1894 the U.S.S. Petrel was dispatched to the Bering Sea to discourage seal poaching and later took part in Dewey’s capture of Manila Bay. (Bernath Mss 175).
  • [Russia]. Kars Photograph Album, ca. 1878-1921. 24 b/w images, captions in Russian. Kars, now part of Turkey, was part of the Russian Empire at the time. Mainly photos of landscapes from the Agri Dagi mountains south of Kars or the routes north of Kars to Oltu, Artvin, Ardahan, and Batum. Several show small mounted parties of Russian officers and Cossacks, as well as close-ups of Kurdish groups, a salt mine, the ruined fortress at Oltu, waterfalls, local inhabitants drawing water at a spring, and stone bridges. (Bernath Mss 53).
  • [Russia]. Nabokov [Vladimir] Collection, 1966-1987. Correspondence, drafts and proofs for Pale Fire (Russian translation), Perepisksa s sestroi, and Pnin, publisher files, and issues of magazines, journals, and newspapers containing articles by Nabokov. (Mss 86).
  • [Russia]. Philippines Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1919. Also includes photos of American Expeditionary Force in Vladivostok, Russia; and 3 or so of Nagasaki port. (Bernath Mss 202).
  • [Russia]. Pushkin, Alexander Sergeyevich (1799-1837). Russian poet. Holdings include fine press editions of The Golden Cockerel by C.W. Beaumont (1918) [Printers Z276.5.P885 1918] and the Limited Editions Club (1950) [Printers Z239.L5 P88 1950], Gabriel (1929) illustrated by Rockwell Kent [Printers Z239.S7 P88 1929], Boris Godunov (1985) by Sixth Chamber Press [Printers Z239.2.R3 P88 1985], Four Stories (1987) by the Allen Press [Printers Z239.A46 P88 1987 vault], and Arion (2002) by the Arion Press [Printers Z239.A726 P88 2002]. Additionally, several of Pushkin’s works have been set to music and recorded on 78 rpm records, such as I Love You, Olga! [PA ARVM-16542].
  • [Russia]. Siberia Photograph Album, ca. 1895. (Bernath Mss 150).
  • [Russia]. Sokolov [Sasha] Collection, ca. 1975-1991. Manuscripts, photographs, and correspondence of the Soviet émigré novelist, poet, and essayist. (Mss 117).
  • [Russia]. Thomson (Leslie) / Russia Photograph Album, ca. 1902-1907. Includes images of Baku oilfields and earthquake of 1907. (Bernath Mss 371).
  • [Russia]. Tolstoy, Leo (1828-1910). Russian writer. Holdings include What to Do? Thoughts Evoked by the Census of Moscow (1887) [Spec PG3366.C48], The Kreutzer Sonata (1890) [Spec PG3366.K7 1890], Science et Religion (1895) in French [Darwin BL240.T68 1895], Sur la Question Sexuelle (1901) in French [Spec HQ31.T64 1901], Redemption (1919) [Spec PG3366.A19 1919b], and Stories and Legends (1946) [Spec PG3366.A15 M38]. Fine press editions of Where God Is, Love Is (1924) by Ashendene Press [Printers Z239.2.A75 T64 vault]; also Anna Karenina (1933) [Spec PG3366.A6 1933], War and Peace (1938) [Spec PG3366.V6 1938], Resurrection (1963) [Spec PG3366.V7 W5 1963b and Printers Z239.L5 T65], and Childhood, Boyhood, Youth (1972) [Printers Z239.L5 T64], all by the Limited Editions Club.
  • [Russia]. World War II German Engineer Bridging Battalion Photograph Album, 1941-1943. About 265 b/w photos, with captions in German, including troops on eastern front, convoys and bridges, in Poland and Russia, captured fighter and bomber aircraft, artillery, tanks, barracks, and scenes with local population. (SC 854).
  • Russia Cartes de Visité, ca. latter 1800s. Five black and white photographs (cdvs), portraits of young Russian men in various uniforms. (SC 971).
  • Russia [Kemlya] Photograph Album, 1867-1868. (Bernath Mss 182).
  • Russia, Norway, and Sweden Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1910. (Bernath Mss 370).
  • Russian Photograph Collection, ca. 1900. Six b/w matted photographs, including scenes of Cossacks, castle/fortress in the Caucasus, views of Kazbeck and Tiflis, young Russian girl with tea cart, and a monument “1000 Years of Russia.” At least two of the photos were taken by Henry Winans Hiller (1838-1926), a pioneer in the Russian-American trade and U.S. consul during the Lincoln administration. (SC 783).
  • Rust (Frederick) Papers, ca. 1897, 1935-1946 [bulk dates 1941-1945]. Mainly WWII era correspondence between Frederick Rust, his wife Celia Adams Rust, and his mother Mariette Rust, as well as histories (many by Rust) of units in the 18th Engineers, detailing their efforts to construct the Alaskan Highway, through the Yukon, under very difficult wartime and physical conditions, 1942-1943; also general files which contain various Army and court documents, poems and short stories written by Rust, and a handful of black/white photographs, mostly of fellow soldiers. (Mss 108).
  • Rutland. One introductory note (ANS), re correspondence between Rutland’s grandfather, the 4th Duke of Rutland and William Pitt the Younger, re Home Rule and the Irish Parliament, Jan. 1890. Laid in the published volume of Correspondence… (SC 265).
  • Rypins [Alice B.] Papers, 1960, 1970-1980s [bulk dates 1970-1983]. Mainly local government publications, newsletters, pamphlets and other files relating to Santa Barbara area water projects. Alice Rypins (1910-1998) was a City of Santa Barbara, Board of Water Commissioner and a City Council member. (SBHC Mss 3).